Upon Listenting to Jimi Hendrix Play "the Star Spangled Banner"
Ruth Elizabeth at 89 was ACCEPTED for the WV Cultural Center Quilt Exhibit. ALLELUIA!
In the meantime I was busy busy busy completing several projects for the ST. Peter Claver 8th Annual Quilt Exhibit. Here are my entries for this year:
|Crazy Patch placemats and coasters were made for doorprizes for annual show.|
|"JOE ARTIST" another finally finished quilt that has languished on and off my machine for past two years. It was originally for my grandson Jordan 's graduation from HS. He'll be graduating from college in another year.|
|"Scrappy Lap" Quilt|
|"NASSAU NICE" was what I named the mystery quilt we did at retreat this year because of the island colors.|
|DIVERSE DIVA was submitted for our BW Challenge this year.|
|A pic of final piece and frame, but though I edited out surrounding stuff, it still shows here.|
|Getting ready for 2nd Annual Quilt Retreat in 100+ year old house in Tazwell, VA. Childhood home of Helen Galligan.|
|Creative Quilters Annual Retreat|
|Piecemakers 1st Annual Retreat|
|Paducah--saw Eleanor Burns|
|Attended SAQA--and met new AA quilters |
TWO NATIONAL QUILT CONFERENCES (see above
|Trip to Nassau|
|Where I was inspired to make notecards of days and nights in Nassau|
|And I made these blocks which are stackked neatly in my studio waiting for me to get back to them.|
|and finished this Biblical Sampler|
|And with four other quilters made this donation quilt for local theater group|
|And started this portrait of my friend ( 90 years young)|
But I haven't finished much of anything.
|Before Decluttering and Organizing|
|After decluttering my studio|