Yesterday I visited the Bluewater Quilters' Guild and gave a presentation and showed some of my quilts (the quilt being show isn't mine... it's the raffle quilt for their quilt show).
|From Cheryl Richardson's Extreme Self Care|
There was a full house, and a very enthusiastic audience. It was a wonderful evening seeing some friends I haven't seen for about 3 years since I last spoke at the guild for their 25th anniversary.
And in case there are any of you reading my blog today, here is a little reminder for you. Thank you so much for a great evening Bluewater!
And today I started a beading class with Anne-Marie Desaulnier... I can't believe my luck! Just wait until you see what we are up to!!
I would love to see a show of your quilts!
What a great saying about saying no. Good thought!
Very curious about your beading project.
Wonderful saying from Cheryl Richardson - we could all use a reminder of that often I'm sure! I bet you are having a ball at beading class - can't wait to see your project(s)!
Beading...how do you find time for everything!?!?!
Looks like a great group. New projects are always so much fun to start. Where are you taking the class?
People need to remember the phrase "No, I'm sorry, I can't "--repeated if necessary:). It's hard to say no, sometimes!
How fun to see old friends and talk about quilts!
Nice to get to share with your local gals.
Big quilt group, glad it went well. I've had a look at the beading blog! I can't wait to see what evolves!
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