On this Labour Day I reflect on what I did all summer. It certainly wasn't resting, relaxing and reading!
It was teaching, designing, traveling, caregiving, helping and sewing gifts for babies. I spent very little time in the garden, no time in the sun (but still managed to tan!). I saw lots of family and this was excellent. I had one daughter with Wisdom teeth to help, my father getting a knee replacement, another daughter recovering from a concussion, hence the caregiving. Three new baby additions to the family, hence the gifts. Teaching in Waterloo and in BC, designing in BC and Waterloo. Wonderful travels to BC & Alaska (3 weeks), Muskoka,Toronto and Niagara. I was also helping with my husbands workshop (his official painter). Hopefully this fall will give me time to complete some designs, write in this blog, start on the long awaited hand dyes and get things rolling! Below is a collage which basically depicts a micro organization of my summer. I sincerely hope you all had a fantastic summer!!!
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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