The time in Paradise is ending and it's time to get back to regular life. Bailey and I did our last Sunday bicycling circumnavigation of the island this morning. I will really miss it here. I just really hope that there is no more precipitation in the clouds above Philadelphia.
If you are in the Coral Springs, Florida area, I will be stopping there on our drive back up North. On Friday night, 2/28, I will be presenting my lecture about the quilts I designed that were inspired by a trip to Mexico. On Saturday, there will be a workshop. I think there are still a couple of spaces.
At the end of March, I will be giving a workshop for The Red Rose Quilt Guild in Lancaster, PA. They "twisted my arm" to develop it into a workshop and share how I made my quilt "Roundabout", now renamed "Curvalicious".
We'll be doing it in a smaller version that can be used on a wall or as a tablerunner. (It has become my newest silk workshop if your quilt guild may be interested.) I think there are still places left there too. Contact them if you are interested.
And, if you are interested in seeing my Bailey quilt, up close and personal, she is a semi-finalist and will be hanging at the AQS quilt show in Lancaster, March 12-15. Maybe I'll see you there.