This week was a shorter week in terms of productivity as a result of Thanksgiving but still productive. I finished a customer quilt and scheduled 3 more quilts.
I also delivered 2 of my quilts to the Waterloo County Quilters Guild Show that is running today and Saturday, if you are in the area, please be sure to attend. There is so much talent in this area that sometimes it astounds me.
My quilts, “Reaching for the Sun” and “Northern Cardinal” will both be shown there. Of course in addition this week, I had some final details to complete to get these quilts ready! Who does not work under pressure???? I promise to post pics once I get to the show on Saturday.
Yesterday I drove into Toronto to pick up my daughter as I am assisting her with an OCAD University Thesis project involving thread painting,modern trapunto and domestic roles, see pic below. I will have to let you all know when her show is in the spring and show more pictures of final work at a later date. So proud of her, she is working very hard.
Today, I also got back to my preparations for a craft show I'm helping my niece with and completed 9 baby bibs/scarfs, they are lined with Minky and have Snapsetter snaps to attach at the neck ( I highly recommend these) . See pics below.
Have a great weekend! Please consider attending the Waterloo County Quilters' Exhibit, it will be sure to inspire!
Hi I'm Robin and I am a professional long arm quilter, pattern designer and teacher. I am passionate about all things quilty!
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