Although not yet squared up, they are all wondeful...and the fabrics those girls had brought to choose from were terrific!
So, thank you Wanda, Judy, Judi, Jenny, Patty, Thea, Anita, Thea and Nora for being such a great group on my first teaching effort!
Last night Craig and I went over to Kristin and Dave's house and then out to dinner with them to Dakota Blue in Grant Park. What a fun restaurant....and such yummy food! The Creme Brule for dessert was the best I've ever put in my mouth...and Lord knows I've tried my fair share!
The kids gave me this beautiful necklace for Mother's Day.
Isn't it wonderful? I can hardly wait to wear it!!! It came from Dazzling Designs, one of our favorite artsy jewelry stores located here in Atlanta. (Thank you Dianna, I think the hyperlink actually worked!!! :-))
Remember all of those polka dotted fabrics? Well, here is the wall hanging that they are now a part of:
I think I will call this one "Radiant Moons" since the blocks appear to be floating in the black polka dotted background. I have not quilted it yet, but am looking forward to that. Right now, this is the shop sample at Intown Quilters where I will be teaching the class again in late June.
OK, now it's time to pack up and leave the condo. I have all of my necesary supplies to begin quilting the charmeuse dragonflies for my friend Bobbie...so we need to hit the road!