Last Thursday and Friday, Janice and I went to the Road2California quilt show. We had such a good time checking out all the vendors (I was amazingly restrained in my purchases, although I confess to now being obsessed with zip pouches and other items made with thick industrial wool felt). We were able to spend a few minutes with Elizabeth (not nearly enough time...).
Northern Lights Medallion
Ohio SnowballThis is an idea I would like to explore with my many scraps: Spin Cycle, by Janette Kirby.
Carrie Hanson, who quilted my red and white quilt a couple of months ago.
She was demonstrating in one of the booths, and was really busy so we didn't get to spend as much time together as we had hoped.
Carrie is also a breast cancer survivor, and she has been an incredibly supportive friend. At least we had a few minutes to chat.
Amanda Jean, who is a huge Bob Ross fan. But it's so NOT her color palette, and it was kind of pricey. So I just snapped a picture to send her.
When I turned over my first appointment card from the Fresno Cancer Center, I was treated to this very quilty design. It confirms that I'm in the right place for my care.
Favorite color: A - blue, C - orange
An award you are particularly proud of:
A - Valedictorian at Fresno Pacific University, service award at Pacific University (note--this is where Aaron attended optometry school)
C - typing awards
What other profession would you enjoy: A - Cal Fire, C - cruise ship
If you could live somewhere else for three months, where would it be?
In the United States: A - Alaska, C - Boston
International: A - Sweden, C - Great Britian
If you could own stock in any company, what would it be? A - Apple, C - Apple, Disney
If you could be famous for something, what would it be? A - some invention, C - quilting
If you could change one thing physically, what would it be? A - taller., C - straight teeth
I'm really glad I found these. It's a fun and easy way to learn some things about people you are close to--you might get some surprises!
These two--pretty cute.