Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Midweek Makers #201

Welcome to the Midweek Makers linky party! In my Houston wrap up last week, I forgot to mention if I brought home any new fabrics or other goodies. Well, absolutely nothing found it's way into my suitcase, not that I wasn't tempted. At the end of my last day on the vendor floor, I was so saturated from quilt stuff that I just decided to keep my dollars in my pocket. 



But I did come home with a grand souvenir - a bad head cold now into my eyes, something I haven't had in years. Doc says, ah, all viral, not much to do but rest. Thanks, Doc. Hard to get much done when I can't see well, which is the reason why I have nothing new to share today.

So, let's look at last week. 
From Den Syende Himmel, these adorable owl key chains.

                                       

This beautiful quilt at Grace and Peace,

                                   

eye-catching colors at Not Afraid of Color,

                                 

and scrappy stars at Karen's Quilting.

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Last, but not least, was an email I received from Jacquita, who sent me a picture of a customer favorite, the Patriotic Wave runner she just finished - great job Jacquita!













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10 comments:

  1. lovely makes this week and the key chains are just so cute!

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  2. Awe...so sorry you aren't feeling well.Seems as though there is something going around. Thank you for the linky party.

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  3. hope you feel better soon. I understand the no purchases at the show - I went there a couple years ago and there was so much there to choose from that I barely purchased anything. If I had it would have been impulse buys that would have most likely sat around for years without being used. The first time I went to a major show I bought so much it was crazy and I really do think half of it was never used and traded or given away eventually

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  4. Hi Susan! I am so sorry someone shared a nice cold with you. Ugg. And then to have it settle in your eyes - how annoying. I had a cold last Friday that only lasted until Sunday - I took liquid Mucinex which helped a LOT. I hope you feel much better soon. {{hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

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  5. first of all...poor girl!! virus are awful...I'm so sorry you're sick... rest your eyes and listen to books on tape maybe?
    I'd never be able to resist the Houston siren song of vendors! Or leave with much money in pocket. Thanks so much for showcasing my work! Love, leeAnna

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  6. A downside of traveling is that you are exposed to the germs of hundreds of people in airplanes and convention centers. There seems to be a number of nasty things going around already this winter. Hope you recover soon.
    Pat

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  7. Hi Susan of the pretty smile, but sorry to hear about the head cold. In spite of it, thanks for hosting as always...so much to show.

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  8. Be well soon. And thank you for showcasing my owls.

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  9. Oh Susan, I am so sorry that Texas did this to you! You take care, rest and then next week we will see new things from Susan, in the meantime, enjoyed the sharing of others! Hugs

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  10. I hope you’re feeling better real soon! How frustrating to get home from Houston and not be able to put all that inspiration to good use! Loved the projects by others that you shared. And look at all those links! I’ll be sitting here all night,falling down your rabbit hole! What a way to go!

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