Monday, March 25, 2013

Random: my girl


It is snowing lightly now! Yes, snow falls till April in ND. I found it is actually a little romantic holding a cup of coffee {with a lid} and walking across the campus. The wind is just right and the hands are warm by the coffee cup.  Of course, by the time when I get in to the department I looked like just got out of the shower.

This is my girl! As the moving date is coming, MFA exhibition is approaching, and a mini get away vacation that I have promised S that we would go for.  So, I decided to sent my girl away for the long-arm quilter to get quilted. I feel guilty that I didn't get to completed the whole quilt by myself, but I know it will be help me much when this quilt is getting done in the long arm service while every event that's happening in next few weeks and it will come back beautifully quilted.

I will definitely share more when she comes home in a few weeks.. Meanwhile, I will be getting other three quilts ready and two need to be done in a week manner as our friends are coming to visit us for the first time from Iowa. We are really excited about it! S made the map for the driving direction yesterday and assure that they come the easiest way to get to ND.

xxc

9 comments:

  1. Chase, where are you moving to? I'm hoping you'll be closer to where I live (Pennsylvania), so maybe we could meet and sew together!!

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  2. Your girl looks amazing, Chase. And she'll be even more amazing once she's all quilted. Can't wait to see what quilting pattern you chose.

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  3. It looks amazing. Can't wait to see it finished!

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  4. Very pretty! How are you going to get it quilted?

    Rachael

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  5. I love it! The colours are fab and I love the text/ low volume background! Cant wait to see it quilted

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  6. Your Single Girl is fantastic! I can't wait to see it when it is done--and your other quilts, too.

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  7. Another gorgeous Single Girl quilt! I never tire of seeing these quilts. Such beautiful scraps

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  8. I received your postcard for the exhibition. I so wish I could be there to support you. But, I will be thinking of you.

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