Friday, January 20, 2017

Home from Road

Ah, what a fun time! Too bad it's over, but due to weather conditions, I had to say goodbye to Road2CA a day earlier than expected. 



Which means I missed seeing all of the quilts, though I got to see some of them as I volunteered to help hang Tuesday night. And what I did see where incredible - I have no plans get to that level!

The quilts are outstanding, but for me, Road is all about the classes. Tuesday and Wednesday where spent with Claudia Pfeil, with a lot of thinking at the machine. We did paisleys,



which Roscoe liked very much. Me, not so much.



I had a better time with bubbles and circles.



For that class, I had the machine to myself, so I really got to do a lot of filling. But when I want to do something like this again, I'll spend some time doodling first so that my brain can get in the groove of the process. 

And a belated birthday celebration did happen, complete with cake, candles, and a perfect card from my sister.



Today, I hope to get some sewing done. Yesterday was catch up day - laundry, grocery shopping, unpacking, dentist appt, etc. Can't wait!

Happy Quilting!




Linking this post to the Pets on Quilts 2017


Pets on Quilts 2017

8 comments:

  1. Your bubbles and circles really turned out well! And the two kitty feet are so funny!

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  2. Roscoe's toes really highlight your quilting. I am afraid I have to agree with Roscoe as your quilting is outstanding! Thanks for sharing and pass me a piece of cake!

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  3. Your quilting is superb! Love Roscoe's paws.

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  4. Roscoe, what pretty paws you have on such pretty paisleys. Susan, you quilting is amazing.

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  5. Fun toe beans on that marvelous doodling!

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  6. Hehe :) Look at his cute paws. :) I love cat paws. And I hope one day to get to go to Road 2 Cali!

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  7. That class sounds amazing, I could use something like that. Glad to see that your kitty approves of your art!

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