Monday, July 26, 2021

I See the Light

 Tonight I watched a story about Virginia Avery, quilt artist on the Quilt Show.I remember her.  Born in 1912 and died in 2012 gave many the chance to know her.  She was so amazing.

The Quilt Show  (Cousin Ann gave me a subscription to this...I love it xo)

Virginia lived in a historical home on a large piece of property.
Can you imagine the reaction of my homeowners group if I tried something like this!!
Virginia painted this herself.

I have a wrapping paper book similar to this, from forever ago.  Find this one 
This is how I used mine:
The bottom decoupage is using a used tea container.  It now holds quilting supplies.
This one is a random sale box from Michaels with my  60% off coupon ages ago.
Once again, holding quilting supplies.
On my way soon to meet the family for late lunch, etc at my oldest grandson's job.
Then kids to karate.
Still fighting Pearl today...will be good to get out of the house.

Thursday I am hoping for my design walls.
Then, I can start to work again on my UFO's for group challenges.
Or, just play.

Right now, I am waiting for the upstairs carpet to be replaced because of the dog stains...Then, I just might have my place ready for Sit and Sews and pot luck dinners...(It will not be perfect) but ready!!
Oh, has been a long time.

1 comment:

Linda Swanekamp said...

Thanks for sharing the Virginia Avery bit. Looks like your brain is cooking and you are thinking about your quilt walls and people.