Happy Valentine's Day! I started celebrating early. Yesterday, I had fun meeting some wonderful quilters and giving a little talk and trunk show of my quilts at one of my favorite shops - Ye Olde Schoolhouse Quilt Shop in Cedarburg, Wisconsin. Jeanie and her staff were welcoming, wonderful and warm, as always. Thought I'd give you a blog tour to share the love with you. They clearly love their customers (as well as quilts and fabric and all sorts of cute quilting-related things)
Ye Olde Schoolhouse - it's a "must stop at" shop.
A wash tub full of scraps! What could be better for making my scrappy little quilts?
Stop by if you're ever in the area. The shop is a few miles north of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Jeanie at the shop made up some kits of some of my quilts. I think there may be some left. Contact the shop if you're interested in buying one.
Thanks to all of you who braved the cold and came out to see me yesterday! It was great to see so many familiar faces and also lots of new ones.
Gotta love this little box.
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Have a great Valentine's Day, everyone. My sweet husband let me sleep in this morning and then made me cranberry scones for breakfast. And, now, it's snowing . . . . what more could I ask for? (Being able to watch Season 2 of "Fargo" would be nice . . . it disappeared from my cable service before I finished Season 1. Love that show and now I'm hooked. You betcha!)
I was hoping to get something finished for the challenge this month but I was busy working on finishing up my book quilts and meeting my deadline. It's all turned in now (Yay!) and I just have to wait until the Martingale staff does it's magic . . . It's going to be hard to wait until the end of the year to see how it all comes together.
Here's a little peek . . .