Since last I wrote, I've been busy, busy, busy with many happenings and changes. In my attempt to bring you up to speed, I will begin where I last left off: on my way to Texas.
My trip to Texas began with a speaking and teaching gig in Beaumont at the Golden Triangle Quilt Guild. It was my first opportunity to speak and teach on a national level and I was excited. The guild members were welcoming and friendly. Two classes were taught. Here are student photos of my Henhouse Whimsies Rooster.
The next day I taught my Shapes II abstract quilt and its technique.
The most exciting thing to happen was my seeing this surprising creature on a sightseeing journey.
I then headed to Houston to attend Quilt Market. It was my first market and fun being a buyer for my new quilt shop. The one advantage to attending Market is the opportunity to view the International Quilt Show without the crowds that would be coming in the next week. Many beautiful and inspirational quilts were viewed and photos taken. I include only one quilt here, one that I felt was quite innovative, made with pipe cleaners.
I head home with a full moon in the sky, a perfect ending to a perfect journey.
I will continue to catch you up on happenings in my life in my next blog so stay tuned.
Until next time,