Sunday afternoon I went to the Dallas Quilt Show and while I did take some pictures, I'm only posting one of them. There was a big sign saying that we can take pictures, but need to get permission from the quilt maker in order to post them on the internet. I wouldn't know how to contact the quilt makers, so you are out of luck there.
While at the quilt show I ran into Karen, the president of my guild and we walked around for a while together. She is an amazing quilter and has been a member of the guild for longer than me - I've been a member for about 15 years!
The one quilt that I am posting is legal because I actually made some of these blocks for this quilt as a member of the Creative Quilter's Guild of Ellis County. I sometimes join that guild, but don't go to very many meetings. My long time guild takes precedence. Anyway, this quilt (the picture doesn't show all of the border which has some applique on opposite corners) is their raffle quilt for this year.
My non-quilty sewing consisted of making a dress for Abby and her doll, Lulu. Each dress has a gingham slip under it which "shows" beneath the dress. I spent 2 full days, plus some more time working on these dresses.
I thought he might like to wear the green tie for St. Patrick's day - maybe?
Today, I'm planning to baste my civil war quilt. I want to get that one finished soon.