The Back Door Coffeehouse quilt was completed and donated (more about that later). My solo show at the Lucile Parker Gallery at William Carey University was well received and brought a few sales. Getting to talk about my art and explain some of the inspirations and techniques was enjoyable and rewarding.
|Publications displayed at Lucile Parker Gallery show|
I have a resolve to bring/donate at least one walker tote to every guild
meeting. I will separate my "children's and donation" fabric to be more productive in these activities. Improvisational strip quilts are still intriguing, and there will be more of these.
Our guild, Pine Belt Quilters, has its 15th biennial show in October; we also celebrate our 30th anniversary--quite a milestone. There will be lots to do in this regard, including website revision. But we have wonderful quilter friends to work with--a win-win situation. How can it not be a great year??!!