Ummmm.......that's all I can say!
What a flurry of activities have taken place here at the Quilt Cave as of late!
I wish there were a snow flurry or two to go along with the activities!
I want snow for Christmas......sorry, but, I do! That's the only time I want it though? LOL
So let me catch you all up to speed......
My name is Kevin the Quilter,
threw me for a loop!
I cut 120 of the coral units incorrectly.
I take complete ownership of this mistake.......
.....this HAPPY little mistake!
was a breeze and saw a lot of
odds and ends of aqua and grey used up!
Linking up with
There was some trimming up of Part 2 on my commute
YES! You CAN bring small scissors on the plane with you!
I am not doing anything here that the general travelling public
Click HERE to see what can and can't be brought on the plane.
The Cave Quilters completed "Snake Charming!"
As you can tell in this photo we are overjoyed!
It has been such a pleasure working with these
quilters on a project I wouldn't have tackled on my own!
Each quilter has brought their own special flair
to our gatherings and to this project.
We even twirled seams courtesy of Cherie!
This is a STRIKING Quilt of Valor!
Cherie of Quilted Jonquil
Dar of Dar's Patchwork Garden
Jan of The Colorful Fabriholic
I look forward to our next joint venture!
The Troy, Missouri quilt group I belong to
gathered at the Quilt Cave for our
Here we are playing a game.
We also did a gift exchange of our favorite notion
that costs $5 or less.
This was so much fun and a lot was learned!
I received a plethora of storage bags and pipe cleaners!
My contribution was a small brass stiletto that I can't piece without.
My blogging friend P of
shared these goodies with me in the mail.
Thanks so much P!
I am thinking of you and your family!
While browsing an antique mall I came across this album.
Look closely, the cover is a patchwork quilt!
Interested P? LOLOL
And I received another surprise in the mail!
This is from my blogging friend Susan of
Thanks so much Susan! You are such a good
daughter to be helping your dad right now in his time
I took my mom and dad Christmas shopping....
I witnessed the following conversation.....
Mom: You DON'T buy PASTRIES there!!!!!!
Priceless moments with the parents!
Lilly Mae got to meet Santa for the very first time.
I can completely hear her saying:
"I have been a really good girl, Santa.......
just don't ask anyone else....."
And, I recently was in negotiations with these representatives
from Feed the Hungry......
The girls DON'T get table food, but, that doesn't
keep them from wanting to smell everything I eat!
I know we are all very busy with Christmas and the holidays.
I want you all to know how much I consider each of you
a gift to me.
Thanks for being a friend!
Enjoy the season!
Until next time,
Thanks for all of the encouragement!
Keep on Quilting!
Kevin the Quilter