I've been a few places since my last blog entry. Trunk shows and workshops all over the place!
Here's a photo of the lovely quilters of the quilters in the Mount Forest quilt guild.
Special thanks to Mac and Shirley for having me stay in their lovely home. I enjoyed my time with you.
Teaching is winding down. I have one more workshop on Tuesday then I'm done with teaching until January. Studio work will be the priority for the next while as I get ready for another busy quilt season after Christmas.
The house is coming along very quickly. I've made more decisions in the last couple of months than I have in the past 10 years, I think. "Which way do you want your doors to swing open?", "What end do you want the drain and taps in the bathtub?" etc. etc. Things I've never really thought about.
I've ordered two custom sewing tables and a cutting table from Adam Eddy of www.Eddycrest.com.
My poor Angel quilt has been neglected with all the teaching and travelling. Here is my progress so far. Trying to get the curled hair to the right side of her neck was tricky. I have a little more work to get that looking good but I'll wait until the head is complete. The wings will be done next.