I’ve met wonderful women (and men) this week during the first half of the Color Mastery book tour. I’ll be featuring many of these creative folks in future posts and interviews, but here are a few photos first.
Debbie and Marie were so much fun. Marie used to work at Olan Mills, and she posed all of us for our photos. You remember the drill: turn to the side, chin up, hands on your lap. We were all giggling during our photo session.
Ellen and Kathy are two of the three women owners of Foxtales Book Shoppe in Woodstock. What an AWESOME book store. Really. Wood paneling, comfy chairs, a children’s room, great personal service. Will be on my list of shops to visit regularly. They recommended books for my husband and both of my sons, and they all love them. I had to do some book shopping, of course.
Coming up this week and next: Dahlonega, Ringgold, Columbus, St. Simons, and Savannah. Check out the tour map at Google maps and all the details at the Color Mastery book blog. I hope to meet you on the tour!
I just talked to Sandi at Colonial Quilts in Savannah, and she was on her way to post a flyer in the local motorcycle shop. She said many women motorcyclists are also quilters. Who knew? That’s a stop I can’t wait to do!