Friday, November 14, 2014
In The House
We've had weather like so many, it has been cold, icy, windy, and snow - makes for a great time to stay in the house and sew. A little more work on 'Harvest Home' and still thinking on the next step.
And a warm speaker in the house. Our quilt guild - The Schoharie Valley Piecemakers - had the most delightful presentation by Michele Kuhn. Do you know Michele? She blogs over at Crayon Box Quilt Studio. She gave a very inspirational evening about something very dear to her - '100 Wishes'. You can read more about this from Michele in her special guest post over at Confessions of a Fabric Addict.
A big thank you to Michele and her friend, Alana (technical and moral support) for gifting our guild to a special evening.
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Your house quilt is delightful! Sounds like a great guild meeting...I read about Michele's wishes quilt...a wonderful story! Thanks for sharing the link.
Oh I love the colors in your Harvest house SHaron. Glad snow found it's way to you....sounds like you have a inspiring meeting.
Such a great house!
Harvest Home is coming along beautifully. Stay warm!
great looking house quite. Looks like your guild had quite the treat too :)
Loving Harvest Home...beautiful colors and it looks like you're really good at piecing!
Oh fun! I enjoy Michele's blog so I can imagine what a thrill it would be to have her as a speaker.
Your house looks great. The colors are wonderful.
Your house block looks great, Sharon. It's always great to sit and listen to speakers. I find it gets me all inspired.
Your harvest home is beautiful sharon , must head on over and check The link.
Your house block looks warm and cozy. Stay safe and indoors from the storms. Creative Quilting Bliss...
It does give me warm thoughts and again, it was a thrill to speak to your guild. I hope that I can pop back in again for a visit sometime.
And I hope you don't mind that I snagged the pic for my blog since I didn't take any myself.
Harvest Home is really beautiful and looks so warm and inviting in those colors!
Thanks for introducing Michele to me. If I ever stop ironing, cutting and storing scraps, I'll pop over and look at her blog.
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