Confession Number One
The quilt on our bed came from Overstock(dot)com. Why? Because (a) I bought it before I became a quilter, (b) I haven’t had the time/energy/compulsion to make a king-sized quilt for our bed yet, and (c) What? I’m supposed to sleep under just a sheet?
I will someday make a king-sized quilt for our bed, but that day is not today. It isn’t tomorrow, either. I’m busy with other projects. This isn’t super high on my priority list.
Plus, this one is pretty cozy, if a little bland to look at.
Now, I’m off to work on a quilt.
In Other News
- I’m joining in the Border Quilt Quilt Along hosted by Jen Shaffer of Patterns by Jen. You can get your copy of her Border Quilt pattern and join in!
- The Liberty Quilt is nearly finished. It’s been a massive labor of love, lessons, and finding freedom. I look forward to sharing more about it with you.
- I’m speaking at the 7:00 pm Cherokee Rose Quilters Guild meeting at Sutton Hall in Douglasville, Georgia on Thursday, November 15th. I’d love to see you there! The theme of my trunk show and talk is Quilting with the Fire of My Foremothers. Doors open at 6:30.
- Catch me hanging out in the Just Wanna Quilt booth at Quilt Festival Houston in November! If you’re attending Festival, tap me on the shoulder and say hello!