I've had a pretty good quilty weekend! It started right after work on Friday night. Gael from Mad Mod is generously letting members use her luxe longarm to quilt charity quilts. I was a little nervous about using a different machine and of all the negative space on the quilt, so I decided to do a panto. Good call, because I didn't have to invest much mental energy into the design. It turned out v. cute (if I do say so myself!).
On Saturday morning I attended a board meeting for the Mad City Quilt Guild. I'm very thankful to be involved with such wonderful people. They are respectful, open to new ideas, intelligent and very generous with their time. Until I had a conversation with somebody recently, I took this for granted. Go, Mad City Quilters! You rock!
After the meeting, I swung by Stitcher's Crossing. I requested them to carry Essex Linen in 'Steel' and they called me on Friday to let me know it came in. Woot!!! I have no idea what I'm going to use it for, but I can't wait! I went on a bit of a shopping spree... 2 yds Essex Linen in Steel, 1 yd in Taupe, a bunch of fat quarters and other bolt ends.
My plans were to go home and fire up my machine. Unfortunately, I was wiped out and couldn't muster much energy. A napped fixed that! But then I spent 2 hours trying to understand my new camera-- I'm getting there! I managed to make the quadrants for the last 2 cartwheel blocks and pull some fabrics for February Block Lotto blocks.
All in all, a great quilty weekend!
Linking up with Molli Sparkles for Sunday Stash!