17 May 2016

Not Quite Wednesday

I figured I'd post something today since I will be traveling to Poughkeepsie, NY (First Dutchess Quilters Guild) tomorrow to do a Lecture and Trunk show, followed by an all day workshop on Thursday.

I'm packing up all the "people" quilts I have on hand. The lecture will be about my approach to portraits in fiber art.  Also being loaded into the car: 12 sets of printed instructions for the Magnolia Kit class, freezer paper, glue sticks, sharpie markers, scissors, iron, ironing board and my design wall.  Do I have everything...???  I hope so!

This weekend I purchased the gorgeous fabric kits from my buddy and fabric guru Carol R. Eaton.  I'm so excited to see what the class does with their wonderful color palettes!

I don't have any quilt-related updates to post since completing the 2 Mothers Day commissions, but I did make some progress on a knitting project. Recently I learned how to do cables, so I thought I'd try my hand at Celtic-knots. Here's how far I've gotten so far:

Hope you're doing something fun and creative as well. Have a lovely week! :-)

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