February 26, 2014 by sewkatiedid
Seattle is a very sleepy town on Sundays, but this weekend there’s reasons to get out the door besides that walk/run you’ve been promising yourself to take.
Let me help you, I’m a good planner and capable of Jedi mind tricks.
- Preregister online for Sunday’s Open Quilting Studio at Drygoods
- Pack your unfinished project/tools and machine provided
- Go grab a coffee and shop the Ballard Farmer’s Market
- Stroll into Drygoods Design around 11 to meet author Rachel May and have snacks
- Find your seat around noon and start stitchin’
Have you peeked inside Rachel’s book, Quilting with a Modern Slant?
Eeeekkkkk! I sound like a dud compared to the other amazing people in this book, but I’m there! I sent two quilts.
My favorite Value Quilt that was quilted by Angela Walters (also in the book).
I use this quilt almost every night on the couch.
My Seattle Lone Star Quilt also made it into the bit on stars. This quilt is really simple. What really makes it shine in person is the amazing quilting my dear friend Krista Withers did on it.
Enough about me, the others in this book have amazing stories and quilts. I haven’t made it all the way through, but it’s very inspirational.
Hope to see you Sunday!