Kajsa, Sarah, and Lisa live in the polka dot house with all the windows. They are quilty house mavens and provide inspiration for the rest of us with their fabulous work. Lynn and Joanna live next door. Everyone needs applique experts and all around good eggs on their block. Ellen and her "snarky seam ripper" live in that little blue house. Who wouldn't want an girl with a fabulous eye and a quick wit as a neighbor? She would probably be a good drinking partner too. See that cheerful little yellow house bathed in sunshine? I think Amy, Nettie, AmandaJean, Nanette, Tine and Nicolette might like to live there. Those ladies always have a kind and encouraging word. Of course, we might have to build an addition on the back to house all their fabric and all of their quilts. Wanda lives in the house on the end with the double doors. She needs some room for all that fabric, all those projects and 50 plus years of quilting experience which she doesn't hesitate to share with the rest of us. And then there's those high rise loft apartments on the end. Kris, Em, Melissa, Victoria, Audrey, Janis, Rebekah, Stephanie, Madge, Dawn...there's room for everyone. Every apartment is equipped with a sewing machine, large cutting table and housekeeping. Oh, I think I forgot to add the local quilt shop...maybe it could be just around the corner.
Emily of Ravenhill probably said it best, "quilting is such an adventure..."
This is just my funny way of saying thank you for all of you wonderful folks who visit this little blog and provide the knowledge and encouragement that is helping me become better at what I love to do. Check out the comments from my last post, you can find the links to all these wonderful folks and even more that I haven't mentioned. I appreciate every one of you.
Oh, and Wendy, maybe you'd like to live here too? Would you be interested in personal training? I think we'd be able to pay you in fabric.
There are more houses under construction. Want to move in?