Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Igloo and Connections


This is the second Igloo block I made for Jen Kingwell's Green Tea and Sweet Beans quilt. I should have made this block along with the other Igloo block needed for the quilt. However, I never even noticed that 2 blocks were needed! I guess I didn't pay attention! It was easy to catch up. Just had to make another block!


Here's my Tone It Down quilt hanging at the Connections Quilt Festival. I really enjoyed attending this show. There were 200 quilts to see and many vendors to keep us busy.


Farmgirl Vintage was also at the show. It was a great show and it was only the first year. My husband came with me on Saturday to pick up my quilts. He had never been to a quilt show. He walked around as they were taking down the quilts. Maybe I'll get him to go to more shows!! We did see someone's husband sleeping on one of the couches. We both had a good laugh when we saw him!

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  1. Your quilts that were hung up at the festival were simply gorgeous Rosemary

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    1. Thanks so much, Sally! Likewise, your quilts looked great also! I really enjoyed the show. Was so nice to see you!

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  2. your quilts are absolutely beautiful. it is funny how hubs sometimes trudge along and then get curious. LOL too funny about the one on the couch! add a remote control-instant hubs magnet

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    1. Thank you! I think that magnet would come in handy!

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  3. Your two quilts look great hanging in the show!

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  4. How wonderful to see your quilts hanging in the show Rosemary - they look beautiful! Your shawl yarn is a lovely colour, hope you're making good progress on it :-) Happy Thanksgiving!

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    1. Thanks so much, Raewyn! I'm making great progress on the shawl. I was quite happy seeing my quilts hanging in the show. It turned out to be a really nice show. Lots of great quilts!

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