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An Oldie But Goodie Gets a Chance


One of the favorite quilts that I have ever made, XXOO, was accepted into Fantastic Fibers at the Yeiser Art Center in Paducah, KY. I entered it on a whim last month thinking that it was time for it to get out in the world again. I am so excited to be in the prestigious fiber art show. Wish I could go to the opening, but that is about when I will be having knee replacement — April 9 through June 4th.

I am having a busy week and trying to pace myself. I had High Fiber Diet meeting this afternoon, SAQA in the morning and then I start teaching a printing on textiles class at Trinity for 5 weeks, tomorrow night. I hope to have some fun pictures to post.

3 Responses to “An Oldie But Goodie Gets a Chance”

  1. Maggi says:

    This one makes me feel happy. Congratulations on having it accepted and good luck with the knee,, it made a world of difference to my mother’s life.

  2. Mary Helen in OR says:

    What a WONDERFUL quilt!! So glad you acted on your “Whim”. Maybe there is a surrogate who could send you a video of the opening? I’d love to see a close up of the art work. So glad you have continued to blog.

  3. It’s glorious … one of my favorites also. Good luck with your knee!