Monday, March 15, 2010
Most of my time since my last post has been spent in the caring & feeding of my DH. Even Broc helped me hold him down. Below is a yummy Caprese salad that I made the other day. Little tomatoes, fresh basil & mozzarella, with a good balsamic vinaigrette dressing. It’s like a taste of summer on a plate.
With much trepidation, on Friday I left him to his own devices, while I flew to Delta Junction (via Fairbanks) to teach for an evening & a day. Paula picked me up in FBX, & took me to her spectacular home, on the way to DJ.
The first evening we did “Quilted Clocks”. The group was very creative, & we had a great time.
The next day we did “Threadplay” All day. The students were great.
We also ate well.
Lonnie Miller (center) organized the whole weekend, & I stayed at her house. Her daughter in the apron & her friend made a great lunch for us all.
This was the view from the class room of the river valley & Alaska Range.
The last few pictures are details of my latest quilt, made for the Fiberactions Challenge. You can read about the story behind it here.
The ravens are made entirely from thread.