AQS had a great show in Lancaster. I think it is the highest quality of quilts on display so far. They don't allow photos to be shared on social media but click the image below to see the winners.
I was one of the many non winners at show and proud to be among them I can tell you! There were so many stunning traditional quilts and some incredible art quilts too.
My friend Betsy took this silly photo of me at the end of the day. My favorite part? Jumping the white chain to get near my quilt. What can they do? It's mine, lol.
I've been working on my workshop samples for my Hex Vex class next month in NJ. Here are a few:
On a previous post a few readers (who were non-reply) asked about what I call my baby head fabric. Jill and I bought it in several different colors because we just loved it. I've had it for years and I'm not sure if you can still get it.
He is a Pine Siskin. In this last photo he was on to me and flew away. Thanks for having lunch at my house Mr. Striped Handsomeness.
And this one is for Mary who always asks about coco. She has weathered her week at dog camp (I call it dog jail) very well. Too well, in fact. After picking her up, she was 'over us' within the hour.
I wish she could learn to take it easy! Have a great St. Patrick's Day. Don't drink to much Green Beer :)
And finally thank you to everyone on FaceBook and Instagram that have sent me such nice comments on my Jubilee Quilt. Your opinions mean more to me than any judges every would. xo