The weather was great, which made my stop in Intercourse so much more enjoyable- walking the shops on the main street and eating a soft pretzel at Immergut!
|The quilt on the left was made by Debra Lohman|
Here are a few of my favorites!
|Made by Yvonne Walter. Another quilter inspired by a black and yellow garden spider!|
|By Jan Hutchison. I am in awe of her machine quilting skills!!|
|Claudia Pfeil is not only an amazing quilter, but she must have spent weeks putting all the crystals on this piece!|
|Heidi Zielinski used some wonderful fabrics for her pheasant!|
|Jennifer June's quilt made me want to get a dog. (but don't tell my husband)|
|Karen Kielmeyer found the perfect balance of tradition and art, don't you think?|
|Crown Jewel by Claudia Clark Meyers and Marilyn Badger|
|Part of the "Spirit of the West" exhibit, by Barbara Polston|
|Another "Spirit of the West" quilt, by Nancy Lee Chong|
|I spent my evening playing with my new toys! (Cheri at Cheri's crystals gave me homework!)|
When I got home, I moved back in to the sewing room. The new space is configured similarly to the old one, but with some major differences. I tried to put things back the way they were for the most part, so I know where to find things. I sewed in there for a short time today, and so far it feels great!!!
A good green tip this time is to remind you to use fewer chemicals on your lawn and garden! The world will not come to and end if you have a few weeds. If you have trouble growing grass without fertilizer, check out alternatives to grass in your lawn! There are low growing plants that require less care and no chemicals.
I am grateful for:
A quick visit with a friend
Being in the company of some great artists!
Bringing joy to others with my odd apparel.
A good Guild meeting Saturday
Drinking a glass of wine with my hubby on the deck on St Patrick's day!