Friday, April 9, 2010
We are now half-way through Club #9 for Jo's Little Women at Glad Creations, Quilt Block in Minneapolis, MN. I am thrilled to be teaching this class. We have load of laughs...some of them are directed at me but that's OK. Last week, at class, they found humor in the fact that I would be sewing with out really looking. I realized I was sewing one seam while picking up the next set of pieces that needed to go under the needle. I guess I do get ahead of myself some times! :-)
The picture is of the Keystone Medallion quilt. This 2-part quilt is one of Jo Morton designs from club #9. Much of the fabric is from her Indigo Berries lines produced by Andover Fabrics.
Spring Quilt Market is right around the corner and I have loads to do. I am so looking forward to representing my pattern line, Quilts Remembered, at my 1st market. The quilts are ready, photographed and the covers are being worked on. The old adage "you need to spend money to make money" is right on the mark. Boy, I guess so. It is an exciting time and a little scary too. I promise to let you know how it went and also I will post some pictures of my booth. Much more to come on this subject!!! FYI... My booth is #2340