Sunday, November 23, 2014

Making apples...

I've been making apples, lots of apples.

They are somewhat addictive. :-) I made them from a pattern by Nicole Vaughan on www.craftspalooza.com. 

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Contemporary Quilt Exhibit at Muzeo Museum in Anaheim

I am happy to say that two of my quilts are in an exhibit of contemporary quilts at the Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center in Anaheim. They will be on display November 15 - February 15. The address is 241 South Anaheim Blvd., Anaheim, California. 

Terry Waldron pulled the collection together, and I am in good company. The artists include Terry Waldron, myself, Linda Anderson, Sherry Kleinman, Jamie Fingal, Sheila Frampton-Cooper, Joe Cunningham, Lura Schwarz Smith, and Kerby Smith.

Purple dress

I took some nice photos of my granddaughter in her new purple dress. This is the one I made from the Oliver and S Playdate pattern. Sweet, huh?


Friday, November 14, 2014

More Colorado

We spent some quality time with Auntie Mar (aka Dave's sister) and Deb, who live in Colorado Springs. The prayer flags I made for Mar look great on the newly painted wall. 

We took a fun hike, and when it was over I tried to get a photo of Mar and her four dogs in the Mini Cooper, but the dogs were all hunkered down.


Deb made bracelets for us girls, and she helped Sammy make some necklaces.

Sammy and Dad at Mar's house.



Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Trip to Colorado Springs

I am posting photos that I took on our recent trip to Colorado Springs. We met our daughter and family there.  They had just been to Jack's brother's wedding in the Denver area. We did lots of fun stuff- bowling, hiking, swimming.

Saturday, November 8, 2014

From pirate to flower girl

My granddaughter was a pirate for Halloween, on Pearl Street in Boulder, Colorado. The next day she was a flower girl at an uncle's wedding.


Saturday, November 1, 2014

I asked for it

I asked my son for a photo of him with his girlfriend, Cia. I couldn't figure out how to save or upload it, but eureka, I finally did.