No Quilting Game Here

 

Graduation, a visit from my mother, a charity golf outing AND a trip to the US Open this weekend in Wisconsin…something had to give right?

I am off my game, or maybe I should say my head is NOT in the quilting game. There is no “off my game” about it.  Are my excuses good enough? Never mind, please don’t answer that.  Regardless of my rationale,  I simply did not have my work mojo this week, so I apologize for letting my readers down.  But once again I am proving that this quilter is human. At least I am consistent in that aspect, right?

Sorry folks but the idea of getting another picture of me and Jordan Speith does not bring the words “quilting, longarm, Proline Rulers or blog post” to mind.  I am currently trying to figure out how I am going to get Jordan to smile for the camera AND have me standing next to him.

Trust me if I do happen to capture a picture of, “Jordan and I”, there will be “something” posted for ya all to see! I guarantee my smile will be bigger than the one shown below.

Have a great weekend, and let me know if anyone else is attending the US Open. But please keep in mind I will not let you in any pictures with Jordan and I…sorry but sometimes a girl has to refuse sharing!

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Guilds, Guilds, and More Guilds

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Selecting a Quilting Guild to join is a personal choice. They all vary in size, passions, choices of charity works etc. Which has me asking these question to those of you out there that are, or have been, Guild members.

What appealed to you when you first entertained the thought of incorporating a Quilting Guild into your life?

How did you decide which Guild to join, and what aspects of being a part of the group do, or did, you find most beneficial?

Now comes time for your wisdom and insight! Let’s make the idea of selecting a Guild a little less overwhelming for our fellow quilters!