The IQF is a 2-days for me to really enjoy it all. You are passing my place if you are on your way to the Gulf of Mexico. I-45 ends on Galveston Island.
I think of really huge and great tasting watermelons when I hear of Edinburg. Ha!
My flight is tomorrow afternoon and I am almost done with Quilt #1 of 2 - my quilting is not decorative at all- just vertical and horizontal stitching between the 6.5" blocks. My plan is to hand sew bindings when I get to Missouri, maybe with a bit of wine ;-)
My goal was not to make contest winning quilts but to make utility quilts that will warm their hearts and toes. I'll post a few photos this weekend. Evelyn
Thanks Norma, I'll pass along your kind compliments to Jill. I really like counted cross stitch but boy does it take a looooong time. I used to do a lot of that and still have lots of unfinished projects to finish. I mostly quilt now but I'm still learning too.
Norma, I am just eating smaller amounts of food and only 2 meals aday. We eat breakfast around 9:00am and then Lunch/Dinner around 2:00 to 3:00 and then I usually have yougart or cheese and crackers around 7:00 to take my medicine. It seems to be working for me.
Hi Norma, thank you for the comments on the dress and cards. The postcards are 4"x6" and the trading card is 2.5" x 3.5". They are not as hard to do as they appear, although you do work with small pieces. If you go to the ACEO group site you can see pictures of a lot of wonderful PC's and ATC's, and even some inchies (they are 1" squares). They are lots of fun to do.