I believe I am one lucky person. I don't know how many times I have left my purse someplace......too numerous to remember. Bruce and I were at Costco and stopped by on the way out to have a dog, loaded with all of the fixings. I placed my purse on the bench, and that is exactly where I left it. After driving 6-7 miles home, and when getting out of the car I comment, "where is my purse." So we turned around and headed back, and I found my purse lying on the table with a cute little family also having a hot dog. As I walked up they said, "are you Norma?" My heart skipped a beat with relief. I am reminded just how many good and honest people there are......this has happened to me over and over again......like I said, I'm one lucky gal.
Yellow Creek Quilt Designs was so gracious in readily letting me share the goodies in her booth with you.....I just knew you'd be interested.
I was especially taken with this picture made from 1/2 inch hexagons. It was simply stunning!
She had these stands that hold little miniature quilts......very clever.
I loved her use of old doors......and I love this little wall hanging.
I didn't get the information, but she has a Kindred Spirits Club........with a name like that it would be worth looking into.
A stack of beautiful quilts.
Another fabulous old door.
I loved that she shared this definition of Kindred Spirit.......and quilting does fit the definition.
"Joy seems to me a step beyond happiness. Happiness is a sort of atmosphere you can live in sometimes when you're lucky. Joy is a light that fills you with hope and faith and love." -Adela Rogers St. John