Quilt Qua


If you are like me, you want to know where the local quilt shops are when you travel. If you are like me, you sometimes have a hard time keeping track of scraps of paper with names and address of these shops on them. The perfect solution is a place on the internet called Quilt Qua (say it with a long "A" as in hay). I find this new resource to have tons of info all in one place that I can access from my phone at any time. How could it get any better? I suggest checking this one out.

The kits are packaged, the truck is loaded and the house sitters arrive in the morning. We are headed to the Road to California Quilter's Showcase. This is the funnest event I attend all year and I can hardly wait to get there! Of course I will take some pics for you and post when I can. We are teaching Learn to Needleturn on Friday and Saturday and wait till you see what the students get! Here is a little preview. These wonderful gifts were sent by Heather Mulder Peterson, a very talented designer with a knack for all things quick and easy, and Henry Glass & Co who manufacture Heather's fabric. We are very grateful to both.



Watch for pics from sunny California! And if you are keeping track, this is the second post for the new year!

5 comments:

Jackie said...

Thank you for the link, I will check it out. I have to say, I am jealous. I have always wanted to go to the Road to California show. Please take lots of pictures, so that I can live vicariously through you.

PamKittyMorning said...

Have a safe trip!

vickibellino said...

Well, I guess I'm going to have to post more often than once a month to keep up with you my friend! lol! Safe travels to Road and see you in a few days!

the Material Girls Quilts said...

barbara,
Have a great time in California. I am really jealous, I am so going next year!!! Can't wait for the pictures. Thanks for the link!!
Nadine

the Material Girls Quilts said...

Barbara, I understand Nadine's trying to recruit Mark...please let him know it's not any better over here. Same problems, over worked, underappreciated and under paid basically The Life of an Errand Boy! Please have him call for me about the position. Tom from The Material Girls