Our first morning in Krefeld was met with bright sunshine. I woke and looked out the window and along the tree lined street were trees in pure spring green, magnolias were on every block and the centuries old dwellings are of immense proportions. I had a relaxed breakfast on the verandah overlooking the gardens and…
I finished another UFO today.
Well, I guess they are not UFO’s (un-finished objects) unless you leave hem that way.
My friend Ginger and I braved 108 degree heat on the weekend to beat a path on the hot pavements to photograph the art.
I woke with anticipation in the morning and a just a slight concern about the uncertain. I hadn’t traveled on Jetblue before, I’ve never been to Costa Rica and I was unsure of the timing of the events of the day. But you just let the events slide over you and the inevitable happens. The day proceeds like a thread through fabric, weaving and blending all the events to make one.
I can finally share some of the quilts that I love and have huge admiration for.
What do you look for in a quilt?
I look for design, depth, visual impact and meaning. I personally think that the quilting should be outstanding at this level.
I love the unusual, and we sure found some very interesting and exciting things to share at the fair yesterday. We walked for miles, ate a hamburger and fries and had a wonderful day.
I've been working on my web page and I have shifted a lot of projects from the blog to the web page. Each of my classes will have their own web page. You can view the class, see photos and this year I will feature students work. To connect visit the web page.