OK, this is gonna be a long one

I traveled quite a bit in May and never really had a chance to post as I went. And for those of you who receive updates when I post something, I decided to include all the classes and lectures in one post. You're welcome:)


The words Joy and Blessing get thrown around quite a bit these days, but I take them very seriously.

Just so you know, all of the following classes and lectures were pure JOY, and I consider it quite a BLESSING to be able to meet such wonderful quilters. Just for the record...I find this "job" to be one of the biggest blessings in my life.


So here we go:


On May 7th and 8th I had the pleasure of doing two lectures and a class at Byrne's Sewing Connection in Doylestown PA. Thank you so much Cathy and Debbie for making my stay a great experience. So many laughs, so little time. Again, forgot to take pics of the class.

Then, it was off to Quiltfest Lancaster...


Day one, Storm at Sea. Got to see some old friends and made several new ones. And look at the results. Everyone did a great job.


Day two, Hunter's Star. Thanks Robin, Sweetie, and Steven for a great dinner at Shady Maple Smorgasbord. And man did these quilters work. Hunter's Star is a little bit of a challenge but everyone rose to the occasion.

Day three, NH (NY) Beauty. Loved seeing all of the great fabric and design choices everyone had. Again, so proud of the accomplishments of this great class and all the wonderful participants.

I hope everyone had as good a time at Quiltfest as I did. It's always a great experience.


And thank you to Pocono Sew and Vac for providing the machines for the workshops. It's one of my favorite shops:)

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