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November 3, 2010

Well, it was nice to be back in our own place and our own bed!

It was a wonderful month visiting with our 3 kids and their spouses and the 3 grandkids.

I am still on BC time and can’t seem to get to sleep until 2 in the morning and wake up around 9am.

I haven’t set up my sewing machine yet. I did do a trunk show in O’Leary on Monday, though.

We got part of our winter wood supply on Sunday while my husband was at work so I decided to throw some through the trap door into the basement. BIG MISTAKE! As I write this, I am sore all over and have no desire to do anything creative. I am managing to work on a cross-stitch sampler as I sit and watch movies.

As soon as I set up the studio and start quilting again (taking a month off makes it hard to get back in the saddle!) I’ll keep you posted on what’s happening.

I plan on keeping you informed as I work through my quilts – what I am thinking at each stage, how things work out, basic methods I am using, etc…should be fun!


3 Comments leave one →
  1. Edith Hogan permalink
    November 3, 2010 1:04 pm

    My sister has just told me about seeing your show in O’leary. I am also a quilter and I love doing landscape quilts. I would llove to see one of your shows. I live in Summerside so it isn’t far to any part of the island.

  2. Joan Massey permalink
    November 4, 2010 12:08 am

    It was so great to see you again! Love the new blog, too! Now I get to ogle your art more often! LOL!
    Did you take pictures of the sensory quilts you made for the Grand-kids? Sadie sure enjoys hers.
    I am back at home on the Prairies now… enjoying my family and getting settled in. My arm is so much better, I may re-start my blog in the coming weeks…. will let you know.
    Have fun getting back into the swing of things once more!
    Big hugs!

  3. Susan Driussi permalink
    November 8, 2010 6:30 am

    Hi Carol,
    It was great to see you when you were visiting God’s Country in the Okanagan! Your artistry is more than I could ever attempt to achieve but, your lessons on how to make fabric post cards are still keeping me motivated to more than just quilting. I am now exploring mi-media arts and altered bookmaking. Thank you so much for your inspiration.
    I wish you and Trevor all the best in whatever adventures there are in your future.
    Susan D.

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