Monday, September 28, 2015

Catching Up

       I did so many fun things this summer. 

      One was going to sell my patterns at a quilt show in Maryville Tennessee that was sponsored by The Smoky Mountain Quilters of Tennessee. Oh my gosh-that was way back in May! Anyway, I think I have said enough lately about how the passage of time has been kicking my butt .

        My friend, Eleanor went with me to help me in my booth. We had a great time. Can you say ROAD TRIP! While I was working in the booth, she took my camera, and took some photos of my favorite quilts in the show, and some of hers too. I hope you enjoy seeing some of these lovely quilts.
 
 Made in GSR26 by Emily Doane of Knoxville, Tennessee



The Disintegration of the Persistence of Artichokes, by Sylvia Schafer of Athens, Georgia -the quilting on this was amazing!


Graphic Mix by Patricia Anderson, of Oak Ridge, Tennessee 



Out Foxed Forest by Patricia Anderson, of Oak Ridge, TN



Wilderness Walk, by Sandra Black of Tellico Plains, TN



Memories, by Sylvia Wyrick of Clinton, Tennessee



My Summer Vacation, by Phaye Geiger, of Clinton, TN



Pineapple Obsession, by Rose Remund of Louden, TN
Another Bonnie Hunter fan



Found Treasure, by Marian Sykes, of Knoxville, TN 



 Charming Chintz, by Linda Roy, of Knoxville, Tennessee- Hand quilted!



Radiant Summer Wedding by Doyleen Taylor of Knoxville, TN-I especially liked this one. I liked the was she varied the pattern with a smattering of gray. 



My Majestical Sunflower, by Katheryn Gostola, of Chardon, Ohio


Heavy Metal, by Cathy Bullman Stines, of Marshall, NC




Who's Looking at Whom? by Diane Powers-Harris of Monroe, New Hampshire




Houston Raindrop Blues, by Gloria Felter, of Oak Ridge, TN

      What have I been up to? I have been sending my information quilt guilds to let them know about my programs and classes.  If you would like me to do a program, or class at your guild, ask me to send you my information. My friend Zuzana, was very generous to build a website for me this year. You can see some of the class info online at: quiltdesignsbycandace.com  though, I am still adding to it.  

      I will be doing a program at the Altoona Quilter's Guild in Acworth, GA on November 3rd, so come and see me if you are in the area.

     That's all for now. Thanks for stopping by!






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