I’ve been fighting bronchitis for the last month, so I haven’t been up to my normal energetic self.
Of course, I didn’t know I had bronchitis, I thought it was the never ending cold that was going to be here FOREVER! None of my home remedies, brews or potions would work.
I reluctantly went to the doctor and he gave me a prescription – I am usually loath to take drugs – but alas after a couple of days I am on the mend. I am thankful for the meds – even though it is usually my last resort.
Whew, I can’t wait to be breathing normal and get back out snowshoeing again before all of this snow is gone. But living in Montana, there is no fear of the snow disappearing any time soon.
I have been working indoors and setting up my schedule of what I must get done before Spring Market in May, which in Salt Lake City this year.
I made a chart to keep track of everything and then counted – I have 16 quilts in progress! Crazy Lady!!!
In reality the list is really a wish list and only about half of those will get done in time.
But I do have some yummy fabric from Northcott Fabric and two quilts to make with that.
More fabric is soon to arrive in March.
Another thing I am doing is to put up some of my quilts for sale. I have a large selection of quilts that are going to retire.
They will be posted for a very reasonable price because for me, they have done their job, had their picture taken, been a cover girl and traveled around the country to various quilts shops as a trunk show and now they need a good home.
This is one of them, Tuxedo in black and white with a touch of red. You can also make your own Tuxedo quilt with the available pattern but this one could be yours. It measures 65″ x 65″.
$165 + shipping, is the price for this one. You can’t buy the materials and get it quilted for that price. Linda Noort did the quilting on this one and it is absolutely gorgeous!
I will have many more quilts so if you are in need of a gift for yourself or a new baby or ??? Most will be lap, wall, crib with an occasional larger quilt in the mix.
See you soon