Friday, January 5, 2007

It is a small, small world

In the continuing effort to get the sewing room organized, tonight I sat down and cleaned out my notions box. Lots of odd things were lurking in there. A single, lonely knitting needle. Bias tape from long-ago abandoned apron project. Several pieces of red felt from a x-mas class project 2 years ago. And the two AQS show books from the two shows I had quilts in.

I opened up the Paducah 2004 book and pulled out the judges' comments sheet. I read through it and glanced down at the judges' names. Julie Powell. Libby Lehman. And Gabrielle Swain, whose blog I often read when surfing around Melody Johnson's blog. How did I miss that before? Then when I was looking at the actual show book, I found the page my quilt was listed on and started reading down the list of quilts that were close by. Who should I run across but Deb R from over at Red Show Ramblings.

If you are interested in seeing the quilts I had in the shows, you can go read this post.


  1. Cool Sarah! I'll have to look through my copy tomorrow to see yours too!

  2. Poor lonely knitting needle! I checked out your show quilts. I love blue and yellow. I have a bedroom decorated in those colours. That quilt would fit right in.