Trunk Show in my own home town of Stratford
The finishes posts are getting few and far between lately.
Now that my daughter has her driver’s license, and following the summer when the kids were back in school, I thought that I would have so much more alone time at home and that I would be able to crank out lots of quilts this fall. But this has not been the case…..
The months of September, October and November have been, and are scheduled to be, filled with many events that have taken me all over the surrounding area. Living in such an isolated, rural environment, has always led me to believe I lived in the middle of nowhere. Turns out I really in the middle of everywhere!
My baby Forest Friends quilt with Canadian Beaver block.
In August, I went north to Harriston, as a vendor during the International Plowing Match. I guess that was my warm up event for this Fall…
In September, I provided Trunk Shows in the east, in Burlington and Milton, Orangeville and Milton and also north to Barrie. And I participated in our local Fall Fair in Brussels.
This month I have been further east to Port Perry and WAY over east, staying overnight in Kingston, for a Trunk Show and Workshop. Later this month, I will be heading north to be a vendor for the Teeswater Gathering of the Guilds and then back east again to provide a Workshop in Guelph. Go Royal City Quilters’ Guild!!!! See you soon!!!
|The red stars show where I have been – and where I will be going|
In this close up, you can see my home, signified by the little green house on the west side near Listowel, which is directly north of my old home town of Stratford. On Wednesday night, I had the very great pleasure of giving a quilt show for the ladies of the Stratford Quilting Club. For many reasons, this was a very special event for me.
|My twin size Forest Friends quilt with American Eagle block.|
|Dog Gone Cute|
|My Pet Hamster|
|My baby MOD Bear Paw|
|My big MOD Bear Paw|
|And my Black Bird baby quilt that was sold the next day and is now on it’s way to California. Those aren’t CROWS! They’re SNOWBIRDS!!!|
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