It’s been ages since I’ve blogged. My husband, daughter, SIL, and myself took a short trip out of state to visit with my husband’s family, and when we got back home I reinjured my left knee, not once, not twice, but three times in the month of April. I’ve about had it with RICE – rest, ice, compression and elevation. It felt great to start physical therapy again in May.
The pictures I have to share with everyone are from Genesse Valley Quilt Club’s April meeting. It was the last time I got out and about to a textile group. Don’t feel sorry for me though. I’ve been catching up with a lot of reading and managed to get hooked on Zynga’s Farmville. Thank heavens, the hold has abated, and I am back to a more balanced life style.
Any hoo, here are the pictures:
Norma had purchased a fabric kit and made a beautiful Jinny Beyer design:
Evelyn created a really nice wall hanging:
Kim made a sampler quilt:
Cheree’s flower is quite interesting. Her fabric is unique and I like the way the stem extends beyond the quilt:
Shirley made good use of a border print fabric:
Marilyn made this quilt and I love the folk art style of it, especially the cat:
Julie’s blue quilt is so serene:
And last, but not least is Marcia’s gorgeous quilt:
My line study is not forgotten. I’ll be posting more about that next week, and realized I don’t want to keep to a monthly deadline with this endeavor. Life has a habit of getting in the way of any schedule I try to make, so I’m going to go with the flow, and take it one day at a time. It’s less stressful and a lot more enjoyable.