IQF Day 4
Friday began with demoing free motion quilting and promoting my new DVD; Design, Paint & Stitch in Open Studios.
Art quilter, blog friend and fellow art school college alumni Kristin LaFlamme stopped by to say hello with her daughter Katja.
Me, Melly and Australian art quilter Sue Dennis
after Melly’s lecture on inspiration.
In the evening we had a dinner with many of the artists who participated in the Beneath the Surface
I believe this is about the time I began describing my experience with middle age dating in the new millennium, I think the best option is to find lots of humor in it.
Sarah Ann Smith, Deborah Boschert and Linda T. Minton
Frances Holiday Alford, Rachel Perris and Jamie Fingal
Jane LaFazio and her friend Paula Elliott, Sarah Ann Smith, Deborah Boschert, Linda T. Minton
Nina and Me
Spooning with Friends
What can I say, we are a group of women with many talents. One that is sort of becoming tradition at festival is hanging spoons off our noses at dinner.
Melly and Jamie Fingal getting ready to spoon in the Hilton bar.
Quilting Arts editor Helen Gregory showed her talent by hanging a spoon on her chin.
Pokey, is a novice at this, but I am sure by next festival she will have mastered this new skill and will be weilding a spoon just as well as a rotary cutter.