I'm sorry that I haven't posted lately. If you read my last post, you know we were in Virginia. After Virginia, we traveled to Florida where I was able to visit with Karen of NanaGirlQuilts. She graciously showed me many of her quilts and I especially enjoyed seeing her Jubilee quilt. Her hand quilting is amazing! I hope you'll go over to her blog and check it out if you haven't done so already. I would love to take one of her classes or visit the guild she belongs to some time.
Thanks to all who voted for my Baskets of Blue quilt in the Bloggers' Quilt Festival and for your lovely comments! I didn't win anything, but it was fun and I visited a lot of other quilters' blogs and saw some lovely quilts. I continue to be amazed that there are so many quilting blogs out there - and so many talented quilters!
I have been quilting on this scrappy rail fence Christmas quilt and it is about half way quilted. It's going to be a donation quilt.
I'm gradually getting back to a routine and am especially happy to be able to spend the holidays with our oldest son, whose birthday is today, BTW. We're going to fix supper for him and I think this is the first time in many years that we have been able to be with him on his birthday.