I love being a part of this incredible group of musicians - around 600 of us, all volunteers. It's been an amazing year for me! If you ever find yourself in Salt Lake City on a Thursday evening or Sunday morning, you are always welcome to come to a live rehearsal or weekly broadcast of Music and the Spoken Word. More info here: mormontabernaclechoir.org.
<< Click this button to listen to a few favorites on the choir's YouTube channel.
As for quilty adventures while on tour, I'll be taking along a few hand-stitching projects (hexagami) for the plane and bus rides. I'll also be on the lookout for Barn Quilts--I've only ever seen ONE, and I know they're out there! And who knows? Maybe we'll have a little free time to visit a quilt shop here and there. :)
Just wanted to thank everyone for participating in the Olfa Splash giveaway this week! It was also fun for me to share these fun dimensional hexagons with you!
I don't know about you, but I've been dreaming Hexagonally... is that a word? I see hexagons everywhere, even noticed them in the bathroom floor tiles at a hotel the other day! And we filmed another RBD video this week, highlighting hexagon projects using Lori Holt's Half-Hexie rulers; can't wait for you to see!
Here's a slideshow of hexagami-makers at the Riley Blake Designs booth at Quilt Market, and now includes a few more hexagami flowers from our giveaway participants who sent in pictures: Mara, Crudis, Kristin and Lisa. Hexie fun!
I have started a new Hexagami Flickr Group, and would like to invite you to upload pictures of your hexagami projects! Here's the Link: HEXAGAMI. Will you use them in a quilt or other project? How about a headband or on a bag? Should we have another giveaway? Can't wait to see your creativity!
During the blog hop, these great sites will be blogging all about Fabric Fest and the wonderful classes they are teaching. They will also be giving away some great prizes, so you'll want to keep this list close by! (Here's a button)