I received a nice note from Gwen Marston about her one woman show at the Dennos museum in Traverse City, MI. The exhibit is stunning and gallery space is perfect for showcasing her work. She sent me a link to a slide show with 100 photos. Click HERE to see them.
If you've read my blog for awhile, you know that I consider Gwen a mentor as well as a friend. Her philosophy and work ethic has informed my quilting journey. Thanks Gwen.
The museum recorded Gwen's 45 minute lecture and it here it is. How wonderful that we can enjoy it from our couch. I've heard Gwen lecture many many times but I am always inspired and awed by her insight and point of view.
Make a cup of tea and enjoy!
Hooray! Lori is presenting another quilt along for us. Join in the fun. It's always fun to have a new little project. Click here for the link to MidWinter Blues.
Here are my sets -
I've decided to double down. I've made 2 sets and will make 2 little quilts. I plan to set them with different colors.
Fabric ABP! My Mothers Garden quilt was saved by a generous woman in Michigan. She sent me some of the background so I could finish my quilt. She is desperately searching for this fabric. It is from the Windham Presidents Collection line. Do you have any? Please leave a comment and I'll get you her info.
Please search your stash for this:
How can all this primrose beauty cost me only $1.67 at the grocery store?
Thanks Stop and Shop. Have a great Week everyone!