The challenge is out, lets see how many of us can join the wonderful new campaign called Stitching for Pink !!! Starts today until 30 October. Its gonna be so much fun with 10 projects to complete. Come on Embroiderers lets unite and join the fight against Breast Cancer !!!
I go to the Orillia shop all the time. It is where I am taking my lessons. I have been once to the shop in Cookstown but my hubby was sitting in the car waiting so I really didn't get to see a lot of it. One of these days I will get back to it.
Wow, Andrea - you have some very beautiful quilts!! I like all of them and see that we tend to like the same designs and styles. No. 5 is a class I teach called Scrappy Picket Fences, and I love the next one which looks like a kind of kaleidoscope. Is that your own yard where the quilts are hanging? - what lovely surroundings! I'm not sure where Thornton is - probably north of where I live in Simcoe which is just 5 - 6 miles north of Lake Erie in Norfolk County. Would love to hear from you! Hugs, KLB
I am working on a dresden plate with reproducionts prints and am to the sashing part. I have been helping a friend you has been very ill and needs help learning to quilt all over again. Mondays are our day so to- day trying to get some of my own done. Never will get it all finished LOL. The beading class is part of our qyukt guild retreat a one day class looking forward to it. Happy Quilting Andrea
Nice photo of your family. I really enjoy reading the posts on this group and learnng where the Canadian quilters live. I wish fabric was less costly in Canada but am glad even with the exchange to get good fabric from CT. What are you working on now?
hi your friend sherry is my sister. i order my patterns on line or when i visit different stores. im not sure where i got the puffins of hand but i wll try to find the informations for you. im going to visit my sister on the 2nd of april