Hey Heather, next time you come down to DFW you could come on down to Baton Rouge and we could meet and share, have lunch to gether and maybe even quilt some. We only have 1 LQS left in B.R. but we could go there and see what she has.
Heather it sounds as tho you are a really busy girl. I am too old to work anymore but I quit my job that I loved when we moved and it was going to take an hour to get to work. I just don't think I am physically able to work any more.
I guess if I had to choose a favorite quilt to: 1-see - it would be a Stack and Whack of any style. 2- to do- would be a log cabin. That is the one my Mom taught me how on and I think it is super easy. I taught one of my DGDs to sew using the "Sudoku" pattern and another one wanted the charm squares . I just love to piece the tops and will eventually get them all quilted.
My hubby's Mom lived outside Alexandria and one of my uncles used to live in Fort Worth. As a matter of fact, hubby and got home about 5 p.m. from going to Alexandria to check on the old family property. Ok, this is getting long and I will chat more later.
Thanks for the invite...look forward to getting to know you. I didn't realize you were on QWU. I've been so busy getting ready for market that I didn't take the time to look you up until now. My son taught himself to play guitar (has 5 or 6 now) and is a happy soul so I know where you are coming from. Your photos are wonderful. Love your color choices.
Would love to be your friend...see you have another interest ...the guitar..I had an Estaban ....I took a class with grandson at Adult Ed...I already play piano, organ, accordian so it came easy to me...I play some by note and mosly by ear....you have some cute thigs you have made...
I am glad that you got a chance to see all of them. I work a little almost everyday. I want to be able to sell some of my quilts but I will have to get up and get them quilted first.lol Thanks for stopping by and come back soon.