The Brownstone Quilters Raffle Quilt is finished. Okay, I still have to make a label and get the photos printed, but it's quilted, bound and has a hanging sleeve.
A guild member, Cheryl, quilted it for us. I love the patterns she used. Thanks to Pauline's fabulous machines, it washed up beautifully and the drape is wonderful.
I have to get photos printed and I can't really tell which is better;
I think I'll take both to the photo shop and see which works best there. Here are close ups of the quilting:
A few months ago I was asked to help my local historical museum with their coverlet and quilts collection. Tomorrow I will drop off the Documentation Books - whew. I created documentation for 34 coverlets and quilts. (I smudged out the names on the front, looks dirty, but isn't).
This weekend is the Quilt Fest of New Jersey. My quilt, "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious", was selected to be part of the show. I dropped it off this morning the gentleman taking in quilts got a real chuckle out of the title. I'll be around the show on Saturday. Say hello if you see me, or hello to my quilt if you see it.
Surely spring is coming. Today I heard a robin while sipping my coffee, then later saw one while walking coco. I also found these crocus sprouts under the leaves.
I know it's going to get cold tomorrow, but the sunshine was wonderful today and spring is definitely on it's way - and not soon enough for me and coco.