It's been a long time since I have been on a plane with a propeller. But this is how my trip to Austin and QuiltCon began.
There are lots of posts about QuiltCon--pictures of quilts, pictures of people.So I will just post a couple.
I had the best roommate--Anne from Springleaf Studios, standing in front of her quilt. I hope I can talk her into coming to QuiltCon Pasadena next February!
Elizabeth likes to call them), in other words, people on the other side of a screen, to 3D status, friends with a real connection and shared experiences.
Cristy Fincher--paperless paper piecing, a very interesting technique.
To see quilts close up rather than on a computer screen or iPhone was amazing. This got my vote for Viewer's Choice, The White Rainbow, by Shruti Dandekar.
To keep it edgy, raw edges of the pieced squares, which normally would have been the "wrong" side, became the "right" side of the quilt. So I named it "Exposed."