Oh, we are having such a great time!
This is the largest Kentucky Heritage Quilt Society Getaway to date, and I can only see this organization grow because of all it offers to its members!
Non-profit organizations don’t have it easy. Everything is volunteer work, with the emphasis on WORK. These folks have worked tirelessly behind the scenes to pull this together and everything is going along wonderfully.
Workshops and activities are being held at the Cave City Convention Center, even our meals are provided there and they have been YUMMY!
It’s a long lunch line and worth it!
No irons have tripped the power, and the A/C works WELL! Good thing, it’s been super crazy hot, with thunderstorms every afternoon to cool things back down again….but also adding to the humidity. Kentucky is green for a reason!
Sisters sewing pinwheels!
Cutting it up down the line!
Do a little dance, make a little quilt….
And show your stuff before my evening lecture!
So proud of these gals!
You’ll find all the photo fun in the slide show below! And we still have two more days to go!
The pattern for Smith Mountain Morning is found in my book Scraps & Shirttails II. Signed copies can be purchased in the Quiltville Store.
Today we've got Texas Tumbleweed up on deck. And I hope the ladies are as ready to go as I am.
Quiltville Quote of the Day.
Vintage quilt found in Kansas.
This little quote was something I jotted down during last night’s meeting when the KHQS president mentioned it from the podium during the business meeting. I have no idea who first said it, but wow, did this one hit me.
It's all about being proactive in your future! Are you letting it happen? Or do you have a hand in where you are headed?
Have a great Thursday, everyone!