Tomorrow is the big day. The Madison Quilt Expo opens tomorrow. The next three days will included 144 informational lectures, 54 stage presentations, 30 sit & sew workshops, 12 hands-on workshops, and a 10 category quilt context and exhibit…let’s not forget about all the fabulous vendors that will also be set up and selling their wares at the show. While you’re enjoying all of the fun things I talked about (including taking a class from my aunt-in-law, Barb Raisbeck of QuiltsbyBarb, on “Long Arm Quilting – What’s Not in the Manual) be sure to look for my quilt, “Spring Convergence” that was accepted into the contest and exhibit! I created this piece for the ‘Large Scale Print’ Challenge of Project QUILTING’s second season. (and yes, those are mirrors in the middle of the yo-yo’s) To read more about how I came up with this piece feel free to check out THIS. I am absolutely ecstatic to even have one of my quilts hanging in this show! AND, to top it all off – I have NEVER been to the Quilt Expo before since it always happens during apple season. BUT this year, I get to leave the farm early to get a peak at my quilt before the show ends. Yeah!
How exciting! That is such a fresh and original piece. I hope you do well!