12/11/2013 11:37:00 AM
Good Day,Yesterday Andy and I chose 16 fabrics for our new quilted wall hanging. Shades of black, grey and blue-grey are the focus of this attempt. We have designed our mapping. Our new composition, code name BW 1950 will be constructed of pieced sq
12/09/2013 20:40:00 PM
Good Day,The mail just arrived. Andy and I are extremely excited. Hot damn!
12/09/2013 10:10:00 AM
Good day,And of course we have started a new design and quilt wall hanging. We started the new design started last night. This one is going to a really small deal of piecing. I have completed the suggested designs. It will be a construction of 0
12/02/2013 14:32:00 PM
Good Day,Our newest quilt K&J 2013 has been completed and is already on its way to its new home in Tampa.K&J 2013 is a special quilt and the celebration of a wedding and marriage that occurred in Grand Cayman. This quilt, K&J 2013 is a gift and was
11/24/2013 13:06:00 PM
Good Day,Andy and I were asked if we could take some more pictures of our Blumish Two.Blumish Two resulted from the scraps and left-over pieces of Blumish One. Blumish One, the top has been finished but the complete quilt is just waiting to be done.
11/19/2013 09:41:00 AM
We just received notice that our Cosmo's Moon has been selected as entry for the MANifestations 12th Biennial Exhibit of Quilts Made by Men at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum in Golden, Colorado.
The exhibit will run from January 30
10/26/2013 14:24:00 PM
Andy and I received a commission to create a nice and relaxing quilt. The discussion was that the new quilt, possibly a lap quilt, should be a welcoming fit with a certain rooms décor. The color and fabrics were chosen an
10/17/2013 10:22:00 AM
Our newest and most recently completed quilt and wall hanging is our Blumish Two.
Blumish Two is our composition of 56 six-inch and unique blocks. Our quilt was inspired by the work of Yoshiko Jinzenji from her
10/11/2013 18:32:00 PM
Andy and I are currently working on the new designs for three new quilts: The Bird Cage, The Party's Over, and GPS.
Of course this doesn't mean that we have stopped working on just a few other quilt projects. Tampa Kaleidoscope is curren
10/08/2013 10:08:00 AM
Andy and I presented our Evolution last night in Orlando at the Florida Cabin Fever Quilters Guild. I believe we were well received and we certainly enjoyed ourselves.
We were able to present a number of our quilts and wall hangings
09/11/2013 08:12:00 AM
Our nominal memory, MEM911.
Jim and Andy
08/31/2013 14:43:00 PM
The mail just arrived. Andy and I are extremely pleased. Our quilts Civil War Re-Enactment I (CWR I) and Colored Windows II have both been selected to be judged in the Take Me Home competition at Pennsylvania National Quilt Extravaganza.
08/28/2013 06:56:00 AM
Our work continues on the completed top of our Blumish Two.
08/27/2013 12:44:00 PM
Our quilt, Test 40 and our wall-hanging, Metropolis have both been accepted for display at A Splash of Color Quilt & Fiber Art Show 2013.
The Show, sponsored by the Cabarrus Quilters Guild, will be held Oc
08/24/2013 13:44:00 PM
Weve been working on the new design of our reconstruction of our Warhols Marilyn.
This is our first draft of the new design
but at the same time we wanted to keep a somewhat analogous feeling due to our initial design.
08/15/2013 11:19:00 AM
Because Jim and I quilt - a lot- and we use cotton fabric for a majority of our quilting, I thought I would look into some of the new wrinkle resistant advancements that have occurred since my college days in my textile science classes.
08/14/2013 08:26:00 AM
Andy and I are currently working on 23 quilts and wall hangings.
The list is in order of our priorities. "C" means that that area is completed, and a percentage is the degree of completion. A blank space translates to "We haven't got the
08/13/2013 12:51:00 PM
Just a note.
Our Cosmo's Moon will be on display in two days at the World Quilt Show - New England XI. The Show is this Thursday, August 15 through Sunday, August 18.
The World Quilt Show will be held at the Radisson in Manchester, N
08/08/2013 12:02:00 PM
Andy and I just received news that our quilt, Tampa Lightning has been awarded a Judge's Choice Award and the Diamond State Quilt Show 2013 in Newark, Delaware.
The Diamond State Quilt Show 2013 opens to day August 8 and runs through S
08/04/2013 14:41:00 PM
I have been sort of quiet on our blog, Quilts SB for the past few days...but it certainly doesnt mean, apart from having the flu, that we have not been at work. Of course I mean our quilts and afghans. Mind you, we may have been takin
08/01/2013 12:06:00 PM
Just a quick status update of our progress.
Been working on Sea Foam afghan, Tampa Kaleidoscope quilt, Warhol's Marilyn wall hanging, Blumish Two quilt/wall hanging.
Our Blue Diamonds, Civil War Re-Enactment I, and Tampa Lightning have
07/30/2013 11:04:00 AM
In 1998 we created our Warhols Marilyn. I had found a unique and obscure PC program with which I was able to scan a picture and create a Cross stitch conversion of Marilyn's portrait. Today I'm sure that this type of software is readily
07/27/2013 20:35:00 PM
We just received notice today that our quilt EssbeeCon and our wall hanging Who Did Desi Adore? have both been accepted for display at QuiltFest 2013 of Jacksonville, Florida.
Who Did Desi Adore?
QuiltFest 2013, Qu
07/22/2013 15:41:00 PM
Andy and I just found out, in today's mail, that our quilt/wall hanging - Cosmo's Moon has be selected to be judged at the World Quilt Show - New England.
Our Cosmo's Moon will be on display at the World Quilt Show - New England XI at
07/21/2013 14:29:00 PM
The top to our Tampa Kaleidoscope quilt has now been completed. The frame and borders and incidental full and half-hexagons have been added.
The quilting design has been decided upon as a complement to the overall quilt. We will be c
07/10/2013 14:55:00 PM
Every now and again Andy and I have to survey what we are currently working on in our quilting world. Also, Radar has to check out any new gadget that comes into the shop area.
We have to have his seal of approval.
Here is our lat
07/05/2013 14:00:00 PM
Our Tampa Kaleidoscope quilt is definitely coming together, so-to-speak.
The majority of the strips of the half-hexagons have been pieced together. Only eight more inches remain to complete the inner top. We are amazed at our progres
07/01/2013 13:41:00 PM
Thought you may interested in some new images of the current progress of our new Tampa Kaleidoscope quilt. All hexagon strips have been created, and now we are sewing those strips together to construct the inner quilt top. Were just goi
06/24/2013 12:23:00 PM
All the individual strips with each half-hexagon has been completed for our Tampa Kaleidoscope. We have now begun the process of piecing and matching the halves of the hexagons together. This will create the next phase of our Tampa Kalei
06/20/2013 14:03:00 PM
Progress continues on our Tampa Kaleidoscope quilt.
The pieced half-hexagons are now being pieced into strips. The strips will be then matched up together to create the completed hexagons.
All-things-being equal, we are propos
06/15/2013 15:06:00 PM
The construction of the top of our Astro-Physics has been completed.
And of course, were not going to show you a complete picture at this junction in our creation of this new quilt and wall-hanging.
We are extremely pleased at what
06/07/2013 12:56:00 PM
And as soon as I bring out the camera, Radar, aka Ready, must zone in with his detector ears and comes scurrying to check out what I am doing.
Progress continues on Double Entendre, afghan.
The interior top now measures approximatel
06/03/2013 13:07:00 PM
Andy and I have designed, decided on the sequencing, and have begun the construction of the primary border for our Astro-Physics quilt.
This is sort of something new for us. We are combining a number of techniques of traditional, cont
05/31/2013 16:23:00 PM
Just received the 2013 International Quilt Festival of Ireland Quilters Village Map in Galway.
Thank you Jim West.
I have attempted to mark out the locations on the NUI Galway Campus where our three quilts will be on exhibit with a
05/28/2013 12:23:00 PM
And the new member of The Pack, Max has definitely developed the wherewithal as our personal quilt, crochet, and fabric art critic.
No matter where we are set in our shop, whether it is quilting or crocheting, Max always is there. Al
05/26/2013 12:58:00 PM
Work continues on our Astro-Physics.
The clustering of the planets and stars is in process. Seven planets and stars will be clustered together and eight more will surround the cluster in our quilt wall hanging. Our adaptation is a so
05/24/2013 13:13:00 PM
And this story starts about 42 years ago
but youll have to tune in again for the details. Ill fill you in with those details in an ensuing posting at Quilts SB.
What happens when we combine two yarns: Country Rose and Off White?
05/19/2013 14:34:00 PM
And happy May Ray Day. We have now completed 9 more planets and stars for our Astro-Physics quilt wall-hanging project. All the component parts are now completed and now 15 planets and stars are pieced together.
Including the above, h
05/18/2013 15:26:00 PM
Work continues on our Astro-Physics project. Andy is currently working on the elaboration of the planets and stars for our eventual quilt wall hanging, as inspired by Jacqueline de Jonges quilt Be Colorful. A combination of Jacqueline
05/17/2013 07:52:00 AM
It is a wonder that humans are good at deciphering pictures on a cave wall.
05/12/2013 12:28:00 PM
All 1,368 equilateral triangles for Tampa Kaleidoscope have been cut and all 456 half-hexagons have been completed. Now, and I sound a wee bit like Professor McGonigle, the sorting begins.
The component parts of our Tampa Kaleidoscope
05/05/2013 14:20:00 PM
Well as we continue our work on our new quilt, Tampa Kaleidoscope, we are getting more and more excited as a totally random design erupts on our quilt wall.
108 pre-constructed hexagons have been completed from the light colorway. Thi
05/04/2013 18:40:00 PM
Well 216 half-hexagons for our Tampa Kaleidoscope have been completed.
The fabric is the same Tampa fabric as presented in our postings of April 30
05/03/2013 14:53:00 PM
Andy and I just found out that our EssbeeCon quilt has been awarded a Judge's Choice Ribbon at the Denver National Quilt Festival VIII.
Needless to say we're tickled pink.
The Denver National Quilt Festival is being held from yesterd
05/02/2013 14:52:00 PM
The work is continuing on our new and experimental quilt design, Tampa Kaleidoscope. All-things-being-equal this quilt will be one-of-a-kind.
In the the process of our education, the experts who have completed similar type of constructio
04/30/2013 10:58:00 AM
Andy and I have started a new quilt experiment and learning process Tampa Kaleidoscope. This is something
04/27/2013 14:17:00 PM
We have completed the top of our Equality quilt.
It is a relatively large top, approximately 88 (223.5 cms) square, with the added borders. The four fabrics are all Robert Kaufman Kona Solid Cottons.
Andy is cleaning threads
04/20/2013 13:05:00 PM
Yes it is an overcast day in Tampa and I am at my PC updating our slate of quilts and wall hangings. Andy is watching the original Hairspray and working on the border and corners for our new Equality quilt.
The borders will be made up
04/19/2013 13:04:00 PM
Andy and I have designed and composed a new quilt, Equality.
Our Equality is in progress. It is composed of 81 9-inch squares, sewn together in nine rows. The block have been completed and the arrangement has all been sewn together.
04/10/2013 16:30:00 PM
Andy and I have completed our 112th recorded quilt and wall-hanging Cosmos Moon.
The idea for Cosmos Moon began last October 2012 when Andy and I were in Portland, Oregon at MQX. We heard that the theme for HMQS 2013 was to
04/02/2013 00:52:00 AM
Mail arrived yesterday afternoon.
EssbeeCon has been selected for display at "Above & Beyond" at the Denver National Quilt Festival VIII, May 2-5, 2013.
The Festival will be held at Denver Mart at the Expo Building at 451 East 58th A
04/01/2013 12:04:00 PM
Not going to reveal too much of the details about our original design for our quilt and wall hanging, Cosmos Moon
but we thought you may like to get a few choice images of what we are doing. The progress is startling and we seem to
03/30/2013 15:55:00 PM
Yesterday Andy was privileged to take a class with Sharon Schamber. The class was Piec-liqué Curved Piecing. The result has introduced us to curved piecing. This is a new step in our education in the world of quilting. This is our comp
03/28/2013 13:31:00 PM
I am searching for the name of the artist who's work I used, almost 40 years ago, and was inspired to create this cut-work.
Please feel free to get in touch with me if you can help with my recollection and search. Certainly would ap
03/17/2013 17:52:00 PM
And on this St. Patricks Day evening, we have committed to the top of our original Cosmos Moon. We are now amazed at seeing the translation from our initial draft to an accomplished fabric construction. It really is what we had hop
03/16/2013 19:36:00 PM
Our newest quilt and wall hanging Metropolis has been completed.
The dimensions of Metropolis are 41 (104.1 cms) by 41 (104.1 cms). The construction is based on the Phi formula, the Golden Ratio. Two other sources of inspiratio
03/12/2013 18:35:00 PM
Andy and I are definitely learning, as we review our older quilts as compared to our newer ones. It has been an amazing journey thus far
but weve got one hell of a way to go. The list of new quilts in progress is 17.
03/08/2013 11:29:00 AM
The top of Metropolis completed. This is a wall hanging. The final dimensions will be approximately 42" (106.7 cms) by 42" (106.7 cms).
The construction is all based on Phi, the 21st letter of the Greek alphabet. The Phi formula or
03/07/2013 16:31:00 PM
The top of our Cosmos' Moon is just about finished.
03/01/2013 13:15:00 PM
We just received the news that our quilt, Test 40 has been accepted as a finalist at the New England Quilt Festival in Manchester, New Hampshire. NEQF will be held April 10 13 at The Center of New Hampshire / Radisson Hotel.
02/26/2013 12:08:00 PM
The strip piecing of Cosmos Moon continues. Ten strips have been fixed and sewn together. We are attempting to combine a number of elements of our quilting journey, past and present.
The design is sort of becoming evident
02/22/2013 13:19:00 PM
The work continues on Cosmos Moon.
Four strips have been completed, 26+ more to go. All-thing-being-equal Cosmos Moon should approximate a 60-inch square.
We have completed the design of a new small quilt Phidias (aka Andy
02/19/2013 11:31:00 AM
I have received a number of inquiries about our new and original quilt and wall hanging, Cosmos Moon
Our technique in the creation of our new Cosmos Moon is strip-piecing using only fabrics from SewBatik. This strip is one strip wh
02/16/2013 13:07:00 PM
And were just waiting for our third winter this season. Yeah, thats right, Tampa has mini-winters. This cold snap should bring in some possible freezing temperatures. Theres supposed to be snow up in Tallahassee. Guess there a
02/12/2013 13:43:00 PM
Blumish Two is beginning to take shape. The top, constructed of 56 original blocks, is now complete. Each block is uniquely different. The only similarities are that they all are the same size and constructed of shades of blue and brown
02/10/2013 07:53:00 AM
As you know we finished the quilt top to Blumish, our deconstruction of Kimberly Einmos Mystery Amish design. (See My Quip on January 27.) And we were toyed with the idea of using the leftover scraps to create the backing.
02/02/2013 13:16:00 PM
Todays mail just brought us some great news. Our quilt, Tampa Lightning has been selected to be displayed at the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival XXIV in Hampton, Virginia. The Festival, Out of the Ordinary will be held February 21-
01/30/2013 13:37:00 PM
Well and I just received notice that three of our quilts have been entered for display at the International Quilt Festival of Ireland 2013
in Galway, Ireland. The Festival will be held June 7 to 9 at the National University of Ireland.
01/29/2013 16:40:00 PM
Our latest quilt has been completed. This is Test 40.
Is our Test 40 quilt something akin to the cart before the horse? Maybe
Thanks to Aurifil and Alex Veronelli for providing the impetus with Aurifils new thread No. 40
01/27/2013 14:28:00 PM
Andys construction is out of this world. (I just need to pat him on the back.) The top of our Blumish quilt is just about completed.
Do you think Kimberly Einmo will mind our deconstruction? Our current size is a 52 (132.1 cms
01/26/2013 15:02:00 PM
Andy and I are now working on a new quilt. This quilt began with Kimberly Einmo and her original 2011 design, Almost Amish Star Chain Mystery Quilt. After meeting with Kimberly and learning her prized techniques, we decided we would vent
01/04/2013 13:27:00 PM
Good Day, and Best Happy New Year.
This is my first Quilts SB post for 2013. We are continuing our progress on the quilting of our new original Test 40 quilt. Test 40 has now been transferred from the Longarm to the domestic machine.
And I am
12/30/2012 13:53:00 PM
In an effort to make sure that we are in somewhat of an organized state of mind, the following are the current quilts and wall-hangings we are working on.
- EssbeeCon Completed. Prepare for display at QuiltCon.
- Test 40 In progr
12/29/2012 13:26:00 PM
Andy and I just received notice that our new and original quilt EssbeeCon has been accepted to be displayed at QuiltCon this coming February 21 -24 at the Austin Convention Center, in Austin, Texas.
QuiltCon is the first international
12/26/2012 13:50:00 PM
A Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a forth-coming New Years.
Our creation V-Bricks has gone to its new home in Delaware.
After traveling to Providence, Rhode Island, and Portland, Oregon, V-Bricks has a new home.
You can s
12/24/2012 10:37:00 AM
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays...
I will be returning to my posting to Quilts SB after Christmas Day.
Jim and Andy
12/21/2012 14:55:00 PM
Only four days for us to construct a fireplace
and even though the sun is shining, the weather outside is frightfully cold
Hes just short enough
but he certainly is interested in my ham to be baked; basted with ba
12/17/2012 16:05:00 PM
Andy and I are about to tackle another new quilt Cosmos Moon.
Not much to say or reveal at this point in time
with the exception that we guesstimate that our final project will be about a 60 (152.4 cms) square. The above
12/16/2012 13:58:00 PM
Our task, if we accepted, was to take on old, beat-up deteriorating, and I mean deteriorating, patchwork quilt and create something. This old, old, old quilt had once belonged to his Grandmother. It was a part of him and she, his wife, w
12/15/2012 12:42:00 PM
A little girl will be cuddling up with her Great-Grandmothers memories this Christmas morning, her new quilt Hexi-Abuelita.
Hexi-Abuelita is our commissioned design of a mosaic of half-to-whole hexagons cut and created from a gre
12/11/2012 08:37:00 AM
Our original design and 108th quilt is now completed; EssbeeCon. Our quilt title is a derivative of our surnames Ess S and Bee B; Smith and Brunhammer. It is an original of our joint effort, Quilts SB.
12/05/2012 15:02:00 PM
Well our work continues. The extraction of salvageable fabric that we are able to give some new life for our Grandma Remembers project seems to be progressing like a bat-out-of-hell
(No reference to Meatloaf, of course.)
Andy has c
12/04/2012 16:51:00 PM
And immediately out of our mouths
We do NOT repair or refurbish old, old, old quilts! No, no, no, no
Can you make something new out of this? I would like to give a new creation, using the old as a gift. I would l
12/04/2012 15:16:00 PM
The backing fabric for Hexi-Abuelita quilt has finally arrived. It is a Michael Miller Pink Cotton Couture Broadcloth. The top of the quilt is created of half-hexagons from great-grandmothers clothes. The three parts of the quilt san
11/28/2012 10:43:00 AM
The top of our new and original EssbeeCon quilt has been completed. The borders have been attached. Take a gander.
Thanks for the many suggestions regarding the possibility of quilting design. We have decided that in keeping of the
11/23/2012 11:02:00 AM
Thanksgiving is done. Everyone is satiated
methinks. Now the next stages of the Holiday Season begin to unfold. And somehow we need to fit in the issue of the Mayan ideas of December 21st. Be considering that the December Solstice
11/13/2012 14:53:00 PM
The piecing of 100 blocks continues. Andy has been painstakingly piecing and sewing each individual block that eventually will be a part of the construction of our original quilt design, EssbeeCon.
Each block is paper-pieced from our
11/02/2012 13:49:00 PM
Well the unpicking of the first chance run of quilting of The Amulet has been finished. Talk about a pain. And our reason for unpicking
we did not like the thread which we had chosen for the top and used it simultaneously for the back
10/31/2012 08:25:00 AM
Our Evolution and the Lucys, I Really Love Lucy and Who Did Desi Adore? arrived home to Tampa...
Quite a trip - Providence, Rhode Island; New Hampshire; and Portland, Oregon. And quite a year's experience at MQX East and West.
10/30/2012 10:23:00 AM
We would like to introduce our new and original quilt Rán in design.
The paper design for our original Bargello-type quilt Rán has been completed. The dimensions, not including borders and bindings, will be created by a matrix of 5,616 pieces. All fabrics have arrived; Robert Kaufman Kona 100% Cotton.
In Norse mythology, Rán is a sea goddess. Her husband was Ægir and they had nine daughters. The above image is of Ægir and Rán by an unknown artist.
From Section XXXII [..]
10/29/2012 12:37:00 PM
Hope everyone in the Northeast is following the safety rules and common sense in the imminent approach of Hurricane Sandy. And our thoughts for precaution and safety are with those on the opposite side of the continent in wake of the nine earthquakes near Prince Rupert in the past seven days
Andy and I definitely have to get all our pending quilts done before December 21st.
Andy is doing an amazing job of piecing and sewing the template block of our design for EssbeeCon. I a [..]
10/24/2012 18:07:00 PM
Progress is underway on our new and original quilt EssbeeCon. (Check out my first introduction on My Quip on October 12.)
All pieces have been cut from the 11 Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton solid fabrics.
Our original block is a segmented foundation pieced block. Foundation piecing is the technique of sewing fabric to a foundation in order to achieve very precise results. (Quiltbug.com) One can use either fabric or paper. We are using paper to create our foundation pi [..]
10/23/2012 07:35:00 AM
Just to give you a quick summary of the quilts and wall-hangings that Andy and I are currently working on. And yes, those of you who know me know that I have to have everything written down and scheduled to the nth degree. My grey matter sometimes seizes up
and so I have to have some sort of organized planning.
The house is definitely looking like a sweat shop, of sorts... but I am trying to keep organized. I'm trying.
The following is a list of the quilts and wall-hangings tha [..]
10/22/2012 12:44:00 PM
It seems that almost every quilt guild and fabric artist group enjoys dogging some sort of Challenge. Honestly they are not my thing
In most cases, I like to challenge myself, which of course means that that includes Andy. Im not against Challenges, just not for me. And that is until I chanced upon the Vista Rainbow Challenge 2012 displayed at MQX West this year in Portland.
Twenty-four quilts, 16 wide and 32 long were the display
and I was more than impressed. [..]
10/21/2012 08:00:00 AM
This week at MQX West in Portland I learned something... about the reason I have ventured into the wonderful world of quilting. The reason I have entered into the universe of fabric, and thread, the fancy of color and shade, the past and the present.
Across the aisle, in the Oregon Convention Center, from Andy's and my special exhibit Evolution, was an extremely serene, modest and what-I-thought, lack-luster display of monochromatic off-white and sort-of light beige quiet display [..]
10/21/2012 01:47:00 AM
Andy and I are all packed and Evolution and our Lucys are now on their way home to Tampa. I am thoroughly impressed at the strength of the organization and the committed work and due efficiency of all those concerned with the MQX leadership, staff, and volunteers. Next stop, New Hampshire, MQX East 2013.
Weather forecast for close to Portland, Oregon is possible snow, 6 to 10 inches, and cold rain and storms from Alaska. Andy and I are certainly glad that we're headed home to our [..]
10/20/2012 09:10:00 AM
An amazing new, sort-of, function with my iPhone is the capability of taking panoramic pictures... And I am using my iPhone 4s.
The Great Bargello Project, presented as a special exhibit at MQX West, in Portland, is the construction of eight quilts by four Ohio friends from a pile of 464 two-inch strips and strip sets at 174 inches long. Tremendous colors and and awe-inspiring. Amazing work - Anna Fricker, Susan Hill, Chris Landis, and Mary Miller.
And I wanted to capture the [..]
10/20/2012 00:17:00 AM
The show and display of quilts and wall hangings at MQX West 2012, in Portland, Oregon, is certainly mind-boggling. There are just too many for this one's puny brain to comprehend the hours of work and techniques that some of these tremendous quilt artists put in.
My commendations and heart-felt thanks to the amazing MQX organization created and presented by Janet Lee, Mary and all involved and concerned.
Upon entering the MQX Convention Hall, I check out the quilts and wall hanging [..]
10/18/2012 23:35:00 PM
Today MQX West open the Quilt Convention doors. And Evolution was ready.
Many very, very nice people... and many, many nice and supportive compliments.
Evolution is all set up and begins with our Colored Windows II... Sort of astounding that two of our Judge's Choice Award winning quilts are displayed on the same Exhibition floor. Thank you MQX.
MQX West 2012 is being held at the Oregon Convention Center... and the exterior glass spires are causing me to think of some quiltin [..]
10/17/2012 22:42:00 PM
Our I Really Love Lucy is awarded MQX West 2012 Judge's Choice Award by Scott Murkin, sponsored by IntelliQuilter.
Thank you Scott Murkin. Thank you IntelliQuilter. Thank you MQX.
Jim and Andy