Some days I just don't think. But other days I am glad that I do volunteer for the odd thing. I have been a SVQG member for 3 years and last fall I decided to coordinate ( with a great co-chair) the 2012 Show & Sale. I believe in getting involved with any organization that I am a member of. The SVQG is a very traditional guild and I was starting to wonder if there was a place for me. Even though there was lots of notes from previous shows, Gail (co-chair) and I wanted to do a few things different. This year we will have 6 vendors :
Crafter’s Vineyard-Sussex, The Covered Bridge Quiltery-Riverview, Christmas Crab Quiltery-Woodstock, Town &Country Quilts-Rothesay,
Saturday Only – TheMaster’s Pieces Breadlbane PE,There will also be quilts and other fiber related items made by the members for sale.
Everyone is invited to attend!
I don’t know why but I seem to work faster and better as a deadline looms ever so close – 31 days to go .
A peek of the wall hangings I am working on for the show.
Rusted and natural dyed fibers - Not 100% on the antique lace yet but it really is beautiful after a bath with onion skins
Paper pieces ! SO MUCH FUN ! may never do again ( OK maybe)
Everyonce in awhile he will find the odd thing .The other day as he was about to rip out another wall he found a bucket of buttons. I don't think they are very old and are not fancy but I will use them on other things some day.
So again it has been ages since I linked with The Needle and Thread Network blog but will do so this week. A fun blog to check out other Canadains who also manipulate fibers. And speaking of the the TNATN Thank You everyone for the lovely commentss about Fiona. She was very well recived at her new residents .