by Sandra | November 8th, 2010
I am still processing everything I saw and experienced and have much to share. Some good and some…well….hmmmm. However, I thought I would share my quilt’s display for those of you who couldn’t attend. I saw many fabulous quilts on both the “art” and traditional sides of the aisles and have taken photos to share with you throughout the week.
Turning the camera on the quilters viewing my quilt and telling them to “smile!”.
I want to thank the many quilters who stopped by my quilt and talked to me. I love sharing what I do with others and hopefully bring them over to the dark side of handwork, or for non-quilters, let them enjoy the epiphany that TRADITIONAL style quilts CAN be ART. I will explain those capitals later.
To my fellow large award winners, It was a joy to meet you and an even bigger joy that we all supported each other in our achievements and experience. You made it a very special festival for me and were the class act of festival by your examples.
Fairfield Processing was absolutely wonderful in their support of my quilt winning the award they generously sponsored and I owe them a huge thank you for their enthusiasm for my work.
I truly appreciate all the well wishes many of you have sent by email and I will respond as quickly as I can!
The home’s condition is, um……., yikes. I think you can relate to a husband being in charge for six days. He tried his best, bless his heart.
Now back to reality.