Hi again. We’re back in the RV after the big hurricane adventure. Our park and this town we are in were so lucky compared with some others in Vermont. Vermont was hit hardest of the New England States with many rivers overflowing and roads
My husband, Bud, and I decided to leave the RV for the day and wait out Hurricane Irene at our daughter’s house. Here Sara and I are keeping our hands busy. I have my hand piecing with me and Sara, our daughter is working on her knitting. She
Remember the 250th birthday party? Well, a birthday party is not a party without a cake. In the case of Weathersfield’s 250th, the community was asked to provide the cake. Local newspapers reported the town of Weathersfield was requesting pe
Today I thought I’d show you a few photos of the quilts I saw Saturday made by the current Weathersfield Quilt Guild here in Weathersfield, Vermont. They filled the upstairs of the Meeting House during the 250th Birthday celebration with a del
Yesterday I told you I had a “date” with my three quilts for the Citizen S.A.M project. It was a successful date and I’m happy to say all three quilts are now ready to be mailed. My date yesterday was actually to finish quilting th
1872 Howe Step Feed Sewing Machine Weathersfield, Vermont was among 12 New Hampshire and Vermont towns that celebrated its 250th birthday this weekend. I was fortunate to visit the celebration and enjoy a tour of the Reverend Dan Foster homestead.
Today I’m going to finish the last of three quilts I’ve been making for an organization called Citizen S.A.M. It’s a volunteer organization that provides quilts to wounded soldiers that are either being transported in cold cargo p
It’s time to do the voting on Quilt Gallery’s blog. Please go to http://quiltinggallery.com/2011/08/19/vote-now-quilts-with-flowers Scroll way down to the bottom and find “Zoe’s Garden” and cast your vote. Thank you!
Hi! It’s Thursday and I’ve had a long day working in the park. What I find restful to do (besides quilt) after a work day is to visit blogs and read newsletters that appear in my e-mail. How about you? Today I entered a quilt contest wit
Changes and beginnings are a part of life. Starting this blog is a new beginning for me. I’m familiar with “QAYG” (Quilt As You Go) but now I”m going to begin to get familiar with “BAYG” (Blog As You Go). One of