All things considered, it has been a very good week.
The Quilting Arts TV taping was a great experience and a real high point in my fledgling quilting career. I had a good time with host, Pokey Bolton, and her entourage from the QA offices in Stow. They all made us so relaxed and rhe episodes were taped without a hitch.
You'll have to keep an eye out for the 800 series of shows which will be available, I hear, in July. My birds are featured,
proudly being modeled by my dog Elvis in this photo.
I met two other fiber artists whose work I admire - Diane Doran and Judith Trager.
|Jeanne in green, and Judith|
Jeanne Cook-Delpit, the Director of National Events from Bernina, gave me some great tips for using my sewing machine. We all had a chance to play with the models she brought for the set and get used to the way they worked before we had to use them on camera.
I returned home to a family who was happy to see me (that is always nice) and a to-do list about a mile long.
One more happy event? I received my copy of the Winter SAQA Journal and my quilt, Marshview, is featured on page 4.
Yes, a very good week indeed.