my current wardrobe is red, black or white, so this took a little thought and a little shopping. It was good. These are the kind of shirts I like to wear anyway, and I needed some new colors. I already had the dark blue in the back. I found the turquoise one several weeks ago and yesterday I went out looking for orange. I found orange, but I didn't like it. Solid orange is a bit much and reminded me of Halloween. I think I need an orange print, but not for this occasion. Pickin's were slim, but I found the purple at my final, if-I-don't-find-something-here-I'm-goin'-home, stop. I don't think I have ever owned anything in quite this shade of purple, but I think I love it. All will be paired with the gray pants on the hanger. So, wardrobe-wise I'm set. My daughter stopped by this afternoon and gave my choices her seal of approval. That reassured me. She has great taste and no tolerance for clothing silliness.Yesterday Reva asked me, in blog comments, whether the Quilting Arts TV people had told me what to wear for the taping. The answer is yes, they did. Solid, button-front shirt that can have a mic clipped to the neckline somewhere. Nothing red, black or white. And the comment that "the camera loves blue." I need three. One for each segment. Oh, and most of
Barbara asked if she would be able to see the shows after they are taped. The shows are shown on PBS stations around the country, but not in all areas. It isn't shown here in the Portland area, sadly. You can look at the QATV web site and check to see if it is shown in your area. Looks like Barbara is in luck. It is shown in the Washington DC area. You can also buy DVDs of the shows.