|This quilt pattern is one I have never seen before. It is stunning. The red background contrasts so nicely with the block and its borders. The on-point setting makes it extra special.|
|Free Motion Swirls and Feathers....be still my heart.|
|This lady is one of our regular vendors, such a good sport for the photo. Now wouldn't you know that I cannot find her business card!|
|Red, White and Blue with precision piecing, a goal we all seek to accomplish.|
|Speaking of precision piecing just look at this pretty baby!|
|In this stand of quilts I could not resist sharing the Snowman and Pinwheels quilt here. Can you believe how cute this is?|
- One of these days I will have more time to study the quilts in the show. We discussed this at our Ladies of the Cloth get together yesterday. Most of us who work the show have little time to spend time enjoying it! We are going to change some things next year to try to improve that situation.
- We were pleased to hear from several out of town visitors that they enjoyed our show as much as some of the larger shows on the East Coast. That was nice.
- Sadly, our show conflicted with several other events in the city that target the fiber arts community. We have used the last week in March for many years. Changing venues caused two other events to need the same week. Traditionally I visit every one of these shows, this year I had to choose and spent time at two, the third not at all.
- When one considers the amount of money spent to produce these shows I am surprised but I suspect that it was a difficult decision.
- A-n-y-w-a-y, I hope next year will be a little different. I like them all but my allegiance is to the TRQ because I have friends who need my help. Ta-ta.