Once again we’ll turn the kitchen into a studio and do some stitching when we feel the urge. By only driving halfway we didn’t have to miss church today 🙂 .We’ll spend tonight in Champaign, IL, so we can visit the Amish shops in the Arthur area tomorrow, since they are closed on Sunday.
When she showed me the back of the quilt, I knew I wanted to share it on my blog.
If anyone out there has a Row-by-row you’d like to share, please email me a picture at [email protected]
If you’d like to include a story, that would be icing on the cake 🙂 !
They were also great for kids to take on a sleepover because, when folded into a pillow, there was room for a pair of pj’s and a toothbrush in the pocket. We made it to our B&B in time to attend the National Quilt Museum reception.
Recently I was snuggling under a “no-sew” fleece throw our daughter had gifted us many years ago, and it occurred to me that it could become a Flillow (my own invention: a fleece-quilt-pillow) by adding a pocket to the back! It was such a privilege and a joy to see my quilt, Silly Goose, hanging with all the other amazing “Flying Goose” challenge pieces.
Laura and Eileen have never been to Quilt Week, so I can’t wait to show them around.