It's really nice not to have a booth and be tied to a time schedule this time. I'll mosey over early afternoon and begin walking the aisles. So today I'm going to take the opportunity to post a blog for...
Amy does such a wonderful job of putting together a wonderful virtual quilt show for those who aren't able to attend in Houston. Thanks so much, Amy!
I had told you earlier that my first love is working with vintage pieces. This is actually how I got started in this business. There is nothing (NOTHING) I enjoy more than to take an old piece that is not usable in it's present state and give it a new life. I have made and sold many of these small pieces over the years, but when I got into designing fabric and patterns, that all took a back seat. Now I'm hoping to find time to do more of my rescue quilts again. This is a pretty early one and one of my favorites. Unfortunately, this was made before I thought to take 'before and after' pictures, so you only have the after. It was a ratty old quilt top that was falling apart, but I found 4 blocks to salvage and turned them into my "Four Seasons Quilt". I hope you like it!
I want to do some more quilting on it, but this gives you an idea of what I love to do most. My friends thought all I did was take things apart! They were almost right!
Have a great weekend and we'll see you in a few days~