I quit my job and moved to a new town. I've got some plans in the works which I'll talk about at another time. I also have a new job with a trucking company that is interesting and that I enjoy (no, I'm not a driver). The two ladies I work with are both fun, and I look forward to going to work.
My friend Dave and I were at the town's street festival a few weeks ago, and one of the vendors was a woman who was advertising her soon-to-open quilt shop. She gave me information on the local quilt group. At last - I found my kind of people!
I went to Saturday's meeting, and the ladies were all very friendly. The show and tell was outstanding; I was very intimidated! But back home, I thought of the quilts I've made in the past; and I think I will be just fine with this group.
This is Iowa Girl which I made a few years ago. I went through the archives of my blog to look at some of my past work, and this is one of my favorites. I have a few UFO projects in the sewing room that I want finished up in time for Christmas. So I think I will have some pretty good show and tell next month when I go back to the guild meeting.
And this is a quilt I made almost two years ago with my friends from my TT quilt group. I've had emails from women asking who's pattern this is. In looking through my old blog posts, I found the information. The quilt is Old Glory, and it's from Yellow Creek Quilt Designs.
Yes, I think I'll take a couple of my quilts for next month's show and tell.