My Favorite Month!!!
Well, that's a little prejudicial...It's my birthday month!!!
Last month, I posted my Victorian Enchantment won a second place ribbon at the local Pocatello Art Center!!! This is it's second award...here's a video to see all the bling....
I am really fond and proud of this piece, which was started in my first class with Judith Baker Montano, and then took 5 years to finish....
I had a Trunk Show Presentation for the 3rd year in a row with the Fort Hall Replica Museum...always fun and happy they call me in!!!
Had a great excuse to do some stitching on a current project and spent the afternoon with a former student and accomplished traditional quilter, J'neane Smith as she worked on her current projects.
This is a very early quilt I did in 1999 as a present to my parents for their 50th. They are both gone now, so I am happy to have the quilt back.
This is J'neane working on her present quilt for her husband,
and the one on the side, is 900 pieces, completely hand stitched,
which she has a right to be proud of...her stitches are smaller
than most machines!!!
Couple of my latest additions to my crazy quilt library!!
And this is my patriotic piece I am working on that afternoon...much embellishments to be added!
More on this project when it is finished!!
And now, we prepare for a second trip to Lewiston!!
Thanks for visiting....and Happy Stitching!