On Saturday I was on a shop hop over in Ohio. Had a great time with other quilters on the bus (and our bus driver is a hoot!). BUT we were caught in some severe weather and spent about 45 minutes in the basement of a quilt shop. After we left, we saw the havoc wreaked by the tornado/winds, roofs off buildings, large trees completely uprooted, limbs sheared off trees...it was nice to have a haven during the storm!
On my design wall this Monday I still have last week's hexagon quilt...just a few rows are sewn together. It looks about the same.
On the bottom of the design wall (hanging off it, actually) I have the first block for the Boybarian's quilt. He chose his quilt a few years back from a magazine. I purchased the fabrics and they have been aging nicely, waiting patiently for me to make them into something. Well, I have ONE block done and am very pleased with it (and so is the Boybarian).
A Quilter who designs and teaches quilting. My children have all graduated from our homeschool and the Army Guy is getting ready to leave Army life behind on the way to a civilian career. I dabble in other crafts, teach homeschool art classes and a bit of gardening ...
Psalm 5:11&12 (KJV) But let all those that put their trust in Thee rejoice: let them ever shout for joy, because Thou defendest them: let them also that love Thy Name be joyful in Thee. For thou, LORD, wilt bless the righteous; with favour wilt thou compass him as with a shield.