In which I talk a little bit about Quiltcon and a whole lot about what I worked on over the last week.
We walked around and around and around Quiltcon and enjoyed all the fabulous quilts, the vendors, and each other’s company. The charity quilts were by far my favorites. I might be a bit biased because: A) charity quilts! and B) I saw quite a few of my text fonts floating around out there.
I neglected to say that Jennifer R brought TWO BAGS of Linus quilts she’d quilted, one bag from tops I’d given her to quilt and the other bag full of her quilts to donate as well as one from Laura from Fandom in Stitches. I’ll absolutely do a show and tell of those quilts soon! If you need a long arm quilter, she is AMAZING.
I forgot to mention two things in my video: my BFF Jewells had enough of the bicycle fabric for me to finish the nine patches for the Disappearing Nine Patch and I did get the four quilts for Oz Comfort Quilts off in the mail last week! I want to give a special shout out to my friend Cynthia for helping with shipping for that! ♥
I will be attending QuiltCon in February. It’s here in Austin, so of course, I have to go! If anyone is attending and is interested in a meetup, please let me know and I’ll try to arrange my schedule around that.
Thank you, thank you for all the kind remarks last week! Together we can make this world a better, happier place. ♥
Also, a quick note about WordPress ads: I’m aware that many of you see ads included in my blog posts. Please know that these are because I don’t pay the upgrade fee on WordPress to NOT include them. Affiliate links on my website are being phased out and are always links that I included myself, not visual ads. Thank you for understanding that I have no control over WordPress ad placement.
As you can probably see, I’m feeling much better today! I was sick most of the week and just started feeling like myself again yesterday. Thank you to everyone for the good wishes. Fortunately, it never got worse than a head cold.
Several people have asked for the size of the tote I used for the 2/12″ strips. It’s currently packed for my sewing adventure, so I will try to get that to you next week. I can tell you it’s a Sterlite container and it’s 9″ wide on the inside. That’s how wide I folded the strips. 😉