Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Sharing Spring

I traveled with quilting friends to the Katoomba Hospital Auxiliary Quilt Show. The show is a fund raising exhibition. Several of us contributed to the event.

Walking from the parking lot to the exhibition. Read the sign and follow us.

Weeping elm in full bloom under the walkway from the helipad to the quilts.

 I made this quilt awhile ago as an exercise in plaids and stripes.

More from all of us

Grand time seeing our quilts helping out a worthy cause.

Other weekend sewing.  It's book week and Tuesday is Dr Seuss dress-up day.

I was in 4th grade when I learned who Dr. Seuss was. Do you remember when?

A quick break from Lego to pose for the photo.  I am happy Grama.

Hope you all had a good weekend. We sure did.  Terry


Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Great show Terry...I have a soft spot for that hospital...2 of my children were born there...in the same room too!

Rachaeldaisy said...

I was oohing and ahhing at the quilt photos. I particularly love your plaid quilt, it's has so much movement. I don't remember when I first discovered Dr Suess, we always had his books, even before I could read I was fascinated with the drawings.

Terry said...

did I manage to turn off word verification?

Terry said...

did I manage to turn off word verification?

Nat Palaskas said...

Great quilt show. I haven't to a quilter show for years now. Your quilt looks lovely Terry and so the lego boy!