I got some nice news today. The two pieces I submitted to the Oregon SAQA show, Oregon: State of Diversity, were accepted. I know I showed some of the progress on the first one, Women of the Oregon Trail, but I don't think I ever showed the finished piece.
The second quilt was actually made for the High Fiber Diet Bird's Eye View show, but it fits nicely into the SAQA theme. "Mt. Hood from the Air."
Congratulations Terry. So nice to see your work recognized.ReplyDelete
The Mt. Hood piece is a favorite of mine. Wonderful faces and details in the Oregon Trail.
Congrads! I was just at Latimer for the opening reception of STiTCH's "Truth to Tell" and both of your current Oregon quilts were on full display there. The pinecone and the glassfloat, wonderful to see them in person.ReplyDelete
Congratulations!!! That's wonderful. I like the idea and design of the women, but I like just looking at Mt. Hood. :)ReplyDelete
My mail had good news too. There was a check for $18.04 in it. Apparently there was a class action suit involving foreign currency conversion and we got 'our share'. Never heard of it, but it's a real check. Cool!
Congratulations!! When and where will the show be held?ReplyDelete
They are both very "Oregon" quilts. I'm glad they were selected for the show. You do good stuff! Love, DelReplyDelete
I think you make the best faces in fabric of any I have seen.ReplyDelete