Wednesday, July 27, 2016

New England, Here I Come!

My hubby and I will be traveling to New England tomorrow for the Augusta, Maine Quilt Show!  I'm so jazzed about returning to Maine because there's just something so special about New England.  I'll be teaching four workshops and giving a lecture through Sunday, and spending time with fellow quilters is one of my favorite things to do.  For my hubby, he will be hunting lobsters.  

Monday, we will head over to Vermont for a few days of exploration and vacation.  I can hardly wait!!  

Watch for another Scrap Give-away coming soon!!  I have loads of Star Spangled Liberty scraps in need of a new home.  

Find a shady porch, grab an iced tea and some hand stitching.  What a fine time that would be!

12 comments:

  1. Have a great time. I love New England!
    Oh, I hope I am near a computer when you have your scrap giveaway--visiting DD#1 in Oregon for a bit.

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  2. Enjoy your vacation and have fun!

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  3. As a born and raised New Englander I agree. There is something special about New England. I'm a MA girl but love Maine too. If I could take the cold and snow I would still be living there. TX is home now.

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  4. Have a wonderful time. Oh I hope I can win the star spangled Liberty scraps. I am joining in with Quilts of Compassion to make pocket prayer quilts for our men and women in blue. These scraps would be perfect. I will be watching for the giveaway.

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  5. Welcome to New England! Have fun in Maine and Vermont and next trip, plan to visit the New England Quilt Museum.

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  6. Enjoy your time in New England, I've always loved that part of your country, quite similar to our Maritime provinces. Lucky husband getting to hunt lobster, my favourite seafood.

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  7. enjoy new england! i've just transplanted from there to maryland...too bad you're a tad early for the delish blueberries from down east! but lobsters will certainly take the curse off that...lol

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  8. New England is beautiful. Old Colonial architecture,antiques and just plain quaint. It gets my primitive quilting juices going. Starting on some "little bits"quilts this fall. Have a great time!

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  9. New England is beautiful. Old Colonial architecture,antiques and just plain quaint. It gets my primitive quilting juices going. Starting on some "little bits"quilts this fall. Have a great time!

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  10. New England is beautiful. Old Colonial architecture,antiques and just plain quaint. It gets my primitive quilting juices going. Starting on some "little bits"quilts this fall. Have a great time!

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  11. New England is beautiful. Old Colonial architecture,antiques and just plain quaint. It gets my primitive quilting juices going. Starting on some "little bits"quilts this fall. Have a great time!

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