4.02 am and all is quiet.
Its dark outside, the traffic has slowed to a trickle and there is the magic of an entire wall of the lights of Melbourne behind me as I work.
I have an article for an American Magazine to write, but I decided I would do a little more of yesterdays blog instead.
I wrote for an hour and clicked something and lost it all so I begin again.
One of the best things about visiting the quilt show yesterday was to be able to visit up with friends I've not seen for a while. (it takes a while to get around the show) Then again I get to to view the best of Australian quilts on show. Many of them were made by members of my home guild and of course there are new experiences by viewing the work of quilters I've not met.
This is far from an unbiased blog and I have the privilege to share the quilts I get the most enjoyment viewing.
Tilly had a great day too. she took over 400 photos herself and I figure I need to put some of them into a book for her.
But I will let her explain what she saw and enjoyed herself.
I am, however, amazed at her perception and she began designing her quilt when we got back to the hotel.
I beleive these are the buildings outside the window. I'm not going to facilitate her. She has purchased the fabric with a financial help of her Papa and she has already done the drawings and worked out how to get it onto fabric.