I wanted to leave a comment here, where you'd see it. I laughed at your post on Freshly Pieced and thoroughly enjoyed reading your prose and seeing your quilts. I'm just finished my own EPP rose blocks--I did them in blues and greens from one line of fabric so they look really different than yours, which I love. Did you see patchwork n play's? She finished up her quilt this week and you may want to bookmark it for inspiration. (Email me and I'll send you her link, if you're interested.)Anyway--great guest host. Loved it all.Elizabeth E.opquilt.com
Loved your post and was so excited to read your blogs on QuiltCon! I can't get enough of it. I live in Minnesota and have no idea if there is a modern quilt guild anywhere. I want so much to help young women learn to sew and quilt, but need more time. I had home ec and can remember everything I sewed. This is all exciting to me and I needed a new twist to quilting. Modern quilting does that. I love the internet because I can find people like you who are excited about doing things differently. The whole concept is amazing. Keep up the work that you are doing. And keep moving away from grumpy women with no understanding that it is OK to be different.
rock on, girl! laughed so hard at your post, loved it. I'm glad your quilt didn't escape and take flight, it's a keeper!
I *finally* had time to check out your post at Freshly Pieced, great job! I love your quilt and know exactly what you mean about patterns being a lot of work!! Even though I provided a block template for Conveyor Belt/Neighborhood, people are still asking for a pattern!I've subscribed to your blog but often have a hard time keeping up with them all!Cheers, Tabathaxoxo