May is always a whirlwind with end-of-school activities for my sons. Add my book tour and Quilt Market to that and it’s a blur. Like careening down the roller coaster with your hands up, laughing and screaming at the same time.
At Sew Much Fun in Columbus, we had a great group, including one quilter who had just bought nine yards of orange! She couldn’t wait to get home and build beautiful color palettes around her newest find.
At Colonial Quilts in Savannah, Carol headed out after my lecture to create a triadic color palette for an adorable little girl’s dress. Carol is the resident smocking expert at the shop.
I’ll be blogging the latest news from spring Quilt Market in Pittsburgh, and Twittering as well. If you haven’t figured out Twitter yet, now is a great time to join, as many quilters will be tweeting about Quilt Market this week. You can follow me here.
And stay tuned: I’ve got exciting news to share about my publishing company, Willow Ridge Press. I’ll be announcing it tomorrow at Market and sharing with you.