After I left Spring Market and Pittsburgh behind, I travelled to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It was a gorgeous trip, in perfect weather. Route PA30 is quite mountainous and an exciting experience for me, as it’s pretty flat here in Ontario by
The quilts I created for the Quilt Shop Locator booth at Spring Market.
I returned home to Canada late last night. An uneventful drive home from Lancaster. I stopped at another quilt shop on the way home, and the GPS took me through winding roads and mountains to get me to the highway.
Pittsburgh is absolutely gorgeous! If you ever get a chance to drive here, I highly recommend it (probably not in the winter though). There are rivers, huge hills (are they mountains??), a tunnel and gorgeous bridges everywhere. It has been
Check out the gorgeous hats I made for Judy and I to wear at Market. All they need is a little bit of ribbon added so they can be tied under our chin. I’m sure we’ll be a great hit.
There are days/weeks when time just seems to move way too quickly. I’ve been working on preparations for attending Spring Market next month and a new version of this web site, which I think you’re going to *love*. It’s cleaner,
I’m really glad I’m not participating in Judy’s Stash Busting exercise, as I’d be high into the negatives this week. Here are the pretty fabrics I needed to complete projects for Spring Market, that I’ll be attending as an exhibitor.
Hi all, I decided to take a week off from blogging to let everyone get caught up reading the fabulous guest blogger posts from February. If you’re interested in being a guest blogger, please read the guidelines, then send me