Thursday, February 11, 2016

That was fun!


I drove to SC for a visit with the Prickly Fingers Quilt Guild and we had a great time! I spoke at the meeting in the morning and taught the Under the Mistletoe workshop in the afternoon. They gave me a delightful day filled with friendship, smiles, stitching, and a yummy lunch with homemade cookies!


This warm and cozy room filled with quilters was a great place to be on a 20 degree day with crazy winds! My sweet friend Sue (who's been my friend for over 20 years! We met as infants. LOL) Was there and lots of new friends now too! Special thanks to Barb for her hard work and delicious cookies!

I can't wait to see their quilts! Thanks for a great day everyone!

Stay warm and keep stitching!
Diane

8 comments:

  1. Oh I wish I were close enough to take your class; so i am challenging myself and ordered your "Under the Mistletoe" from your shop today...I just love that pattern...I've done a small amount of paper piecing so am looking forward to giving this the "old college try"! LOL hugs, Julierose

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    1. Oh my gosh Julie, I mailed it yesterday and didn't even connect the name! Duh! Have fun with it!!

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  2. Oh Diane, i'm so happy for you ! You clearly spent a wonderful day with your friends and Barb !
    Your pickle dish is gorgeous ! I looooove it ! :)

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  3. So glad you came to visit us and loved your trunk show-such gorgeous quilts! I thoroughly enjoyed the class and am looking forward to your book. Worked some on my "pickles" today and can't wait to get my quilt top together. Thanks for your encouragement and sweet,fun and sharing teaching style!

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    1. Thank you Debbie! Your guild is full of fun folks and I truly enjoyed my day as well! I can't wait to see pictures of the finished quilts!

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  4. so glad you had such a fun group to workshop with and visit.

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