Ok…I have been a lot of places in the last two or three weeks…I know i should be kicked off blogland, but I think i will be able to blog while i am gone, but, I do not get signals on my wi-fi strong enough to post..so I guess i will try to be better in the future…My last post was May 10th…we were getting ready to leave for the Porland Spring Quilt Market, so I will give you a little info on Portland…The weather was beautiful in the high 80’s and 90’s all during the show, so walking to the convention center was very nice here is a pic of the convention center. Do you see the rails infront…we were able to get around using the light rail. Our plane was delayed getting there on Wednesday, so Nick put most of the booth together by the time we got there at 3:30. What a guy…. Here is Tina & Brad while we were dining out on the sidewalk on Thursday before the show opened. Tina does all of the Hand dyeing of our wools now. I think Brad also helps with getting the wools into 1 yard pieces….Tina said she dyed 88 yards of wool the first day after we arrived home from Portland. That is a lot of wool to dye….As far as the show goes, Shawn from Threads that Bind had a lot of great things, see them on our site, and Crab Apple Hill girls had an awesome booth. They had four booths, 2 on each side of the isle. One side was Halloween the other was Winter. We will be doing a Halloween Stitchery Block of the Month from them. See that blue ribbon…Well deserved girls! I also bought a ton of Reproduction fabrics and I am excited to get more of them into the store…I took a few of the quilts made from the lines I ordered from Whindham Fabrics…don’t worry I ordered more than these two….Our booth at the show was too full….should have had 3 booths…oh well….nice lavender carpet#%%#%&…..be back later….Double click on the pics to make them bigger…
I live in Butte Des Morts, WI, Married to Nick, with 3 sons, Lance (forever 29) , Luke 31and Jake 30
I am a quilter, rugger, gardener and I also love to cook when I get the chance...
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