Wednesday, June 8, 2011

It's a heat wave in Kansas

Hot and humid in Kansas!   A couple more days and we are supposed to get a little break.

this has been a busy week with home classes on Monday and today.  Yesterday was devoted to getting the shop in Greenwood Mo. ready for The Primitives of the Midwest---This year it is June 22-25---it brings in textile artists from around the country to attend classes.  This year there are no hooking classes but lots of wool applique.  It is sponsored by Quilter's Station.  On Thursday our shop---Greenwood Mercantile--- stays open late for a field trip to the antique malls in Greenwood for the visitors.  Unfortunately I will not be back from North Carolina to be there but my friend Kate will be there to assist.  Here is the link to The Primitives of the Midwest.

I hope everyone has a great workshop and enjoys the trip to Greenwood.

Tomorrow and Friday I will finish up preparation for Caraway and start the packing---fun and games!

I am also working on the next three workshops---August in Texas, September in Vermont and Ohio.  I've been hearing back from lots of students and am excited about the workshops.

I finished up a new sample of Nick at night , one of my cupboard designs---just need to do the binding but here is a picture in one of the frames.

this was done mostly with leftovers---except for the blue plaid background---quick and easy!

There is another new one coming out soon---Acorn Vine---hope to have a picture to  post soon.

Here is a picture of the cutter box that my husband makes---got a new batch done and took two to Greenwood yesterday.

I guess that's it---gotta get the studio ready for classes.

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