Wednesday, April 27, 2011

The Last Hurdle I've come to my last hurdle with my quilt patterns and I'm hoping by going to Quilt Market will give me that umph...I need to get my patterns done.

My friend Pam and I are driving down on Thursday, meeting up with my sister Helen and spending Friday and Saturday at Quilt Market...Then on Saturday we are going to "Quilt Market Meetup".

We are all thrilled to go!  I'm hoping I get inspired on which direction I need to go with my quilt patterns and ruler and that it helps me jump over that last hurdle and help me feel more confident.
I'm also...of course going to stock up on thread and maybe buy some new patterns for my Longarm Quilting Business!

...and thanks for the comments on my family room!!  I love it.  After I put it all together, that night after going to bed I got up a couple of times to go in my family room...turn on the lights...and just look at it!!  I'm such a dork sometimes!!


 And of course the most important part of going to Utah is seeing my mom!!  I'm sorry mom...I love you!!


MariQuilts said...

Aren't we all somtimes....I would do the looks great.

Andie Johnson said...

So jealous!! Hope you all have a great time!

Teresa Silva said...

How wonderful for you to go to Quilt Market. I'm anxious for you to have that ruler available. Your patterns look wonderful. I say you should go for it! You do great work.

Kathy Schwartz said...

I just checked out the info on these two what great classes!! Make sure to take notes or you'll get informations overload!
Go there with confidence and your head held high as your ruler and quilts are gorgeous!
Have a great time at the Market and the Meetup!!

Pam said...

you are not a deserve to be admiring your hard work for a long while...thanks for posting about the meetup!!

Sherril said...

Just a little pity party!!What about seeing your mom when you come to Market!

Helen said...

I am so excited to go to Market with you and Pam! We are going to have a great time and be very inspired. We are going to make Mom do things with us even if she thinks she doesn't want to.