Wednesday, September 18, 2013


There's something very undignified about putting your carefully folded quilts inside a space bag and then squeezing the air out of it.  But these quilts and flimsies are about to embark on a very long journey and I have to protect them. Each quilt has a document showing its photograph, title, size as well as my contact information, the insurance valuation and where the quilt is to be delivered. (They are stacked this way because if I stacked them correctly, the addresses would be visible, and we can't have that!)

It's going to be very weird not having them hanging in my house for the next few weeks, but Julie will certainly enjoy their visit!

My quilt, Letters From Home, has been enjoying an extended visit at Julie's house for the last few months, and after St Louis it will be returning home with me.

The Quick Brown Fox will be staying with Julie for a few months. It's my favorite.

except for Nine x Nine, The Black Cat's Rules, The Black Box...



Susan R said...

Gosh I had forgotten how much I love the first one Lynne. The time is drawing near for your trip to St. Louis; I wish I could take your class. I know you will inspire, educate and have fun sharing your talents and creations with your students.

The countdown is on!

Quiltdivajulie said...

Waiting with open arms . . .