Kieny - The Dutchlady - my blogging friend from Taiwan gave me this award. It is such a lovely award to receive!
The rules are :
-that you give this award to four dedicated followers of your blog;
-and to one person who is new to your blog and lives on the other side of the world.
-Link back to the person who gave you this award.
I would like to pass it along to four followers of my blog --
Quiltmom A long time follower of my blog who just recently started blogging herself! I got to have lunch with Anna in Red Deer. It is always so nice to meet fellow bloggers.
Wendy - Snippets of a Quilter --- we live close enough to each other that we got to meet for lunch as well - and I am working on getting Wendy over for a visit to teach me how to do that wonderful stitching that she does.
Carole - Quilting Adventures -- one day Wendy and I will hopefully talk Carole into making a trip out west.
San - Gypsy Quilter - who was my Secret Santa Christmas partner last year and has stayed with me ever since and she sent that lovely little quilt for dear little Hunter.
Andrea - from Tierra del Fueg0 is probably my farthest away follower but she has been following my blog for some time -- but I thought I would include her because she is so far away and so sweet and I enjoy my visits with her as well!
Micki - Irish Muses - is a recent visitor to my blog and she is far away in Ireland.
Isn't the internet wonderful?
I decided to bring out the little featherweight machine to work on the Gladiola quilt - pictured in the previous post. The fabric is a bit of a vintage design - so I thought I would give the featherweight a bit of exercise. It is still sewing like a dream. And so much fun to play with.
Doesn't it look lovely -- sitting on my Tazzie mat with my Darlene pin cushion at her side. I think she might need to be out for exercise a little more often. It was last year when I took her to the retreat that she was used last. I think she might even need a name.... I wonder if that is a little too much -LOL.
Well -- I am off to the quilt shop...........
Jim says that this quilting seems to be more about the "stuff" --- I said it's ALL about the "stuff" !!!