It went with me. To Houston...but now it's back and so am I. Well, sort of. Market was wonderful, as I'm sure you already know since most people have managed to post about it already...I'm still editing photos and trying to get things back to normal. I consider myself lucky--the house is still standing, and as far as I can tell, nothing was broken.
So what's all this that I'm showing today? Pam and I were so lucky (again) to have wonderful neighbors across the aisle. That definitely helps when you're in a booth for three straight days! We got to know Carolee and her beautiful daughters--they've started a new fabric company, but if their designs look familiar it's because they've been in the scrapbooking industry for many years. Carolee gave me this piece of canvas--can't wait to play with it. Their fabrics are fresh and bright--you'll want to be looking for them.
What's that on top? Oh, no big deal...really...just what I think is the best issue of "The Quilt Life" ever. The fact that my house is featured? And a new quilt design? Purely a coincidence.
It just so happens that I've been given an extra copy of the magazine. So you know what that means. Leave a comment and on Friday I'll send it on its way. Carolee also gave me a copy of one of her pattern books so I'll throw that in as well.
Hopefully you're already subscribing to "The Quilt Life" but if not, it's available at many independent quilt shops or at Barnes&Noble.
I need to get back to shoveling a path to my studio...