I enjoy collecting antique quilts and making reproductions of them both big and small. I've made a few baskets and I'd like to make more. I dabble in knitting and would love to learn rug hooking, but it's hard to find time to do it all. I work in higher education and I love my job. However, I do spend a lot of time dreaming about quilts.
Paula (no blog) also sent me great pictures of her red and white quilts to share with everyone. I am putting them in two posts so they can both show up in the exhibit links. They deserve to be showcased - they're that good!
I almost could not believe it when Paula told me she has made TWO of the 1910 Kaleidoscope or Bullseye quilts (pictured above) as gifts. One is in North Dakota and one is in Germany. She is also making one more for herself. The applique is needle turn and quilting is machine. The original can be seen in the photo on the advertisement for the Infinite Variety Exhibit.