Chicago School of Fusing May birthday lunch.

This week I took a trip out to the suburbs to have lunch with Frieda, Laura and Emily who all have birthdays in May. My morning began by hailing a cab to get to the train station.
Chicago cabs are very motivated when they see potential fares.

It feels like life slows down outside the city, it’s a nice change.


Emily and Laura coming up from Laura’s redesigned studio featured in this months Quilting Arts.

Great company, a delicious lunch and sharing ideas, a wonderful way to spend the afternoon.

2 Responses to “Chicago School of Fusing May birthday lunch.”

  1. susan says:

    sounds and looks like you had a great time. i miss my quilt pals. have only been here a year and know it will take some time. i do have one gal i hang with fairly regularly. start dyeing classes in a couple weeks so, that should liven things up around here. cant wait! i love teaching, especially classes they havent tried or done before. fabric dyeing/printing are my favs…come in with white fabric and they leave with lots and lots of beautiful stuff. so fun.

  2. lyric says:

    I can’t tell you how jealous I am. So many of my favorite people in one place.
    Makes me want to move back to Chicago!

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