The Stattrek Random Number Generator selected Donna as our winning commenting follower for the February Giveaway.
Yay Donna! I hope you enjoy your authentic 1930s feedsack needle book and the needles (John James applique #10 and #11, and a self-threading needle to bury those tails. Let me know which one of these you would like.
It's been a quiet night. Watching Hurricane Charlie interview poorly (interesting), painting my nails so it can all chip off by the weekend (I can attest that gel manicures really aren't the best for your nails--leaves them basically in the same shape as they are when you remove acrylics),
Not sure I'll get much sewing in, between the job, the merchandising, chilling out and the housework that isn't getting done, but I do have prep work needed for the workshop with Ellly Sienkiewicz...the Queen of Baltimore Beauty--- coming up this Sunday. I'm going to try real hard to actually get it started before Saturday night. Wish me luck!
Today we decided that we would go to the quilt show in Lancaster on Friday the 19th. Most of the classes available were full day classes, so we've checked a couple of lectures that would be nice to attend if they're still available the day we go. (Ricky Tims and Sue Nickels) Of course, I also ran through the list of vendors...lots of goodies to be had here.
I also checked out the July Hershey Quilt Odyssey show and need to make some decisions about time for that. Registration begins at 6:00 a.m. online next Saturday, so if you're planning on attending this, you should visit their new website and set up an account now in order to register.
I was excited to find out that Sharon Schamber and Becky Goldsmith will be giving lectures and workshops at our quilt guild this coming fall. It's going to be a good year for my continuing quilt education.
We'll have another prize drawing for March comments, so please check back for posts (which I hope will be more frequent this month). Have a good day tomorrow. Hope it's creative.
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