There were so many fabulous quilts to see last night. We had sixteen participants in our "At The Movies" challenge! Let's see if I can remember the titles...Castaway, ET, Jungle Book, Pink Panther (mine), Mary Poppins,
We also got to see the doll quilts for The Salvation Army, Headstart quilts, personal projects and of course, those gorgeous American Treasures blocks. Three are completed now, with another five or six getting close. My girlfriend, Kathy took this picture of me showing off the Wisconsin block. We all laughed because every time someone held up a camera (or iPad!) to take a picture of me, I struck my silly pose. (You can click on it to see a larger version, but I thought this size was plenty close enough.)
I spent the day editing video for the North Port Concert Band concert that was held on November 1st. (I know. I''m finally getting around to it.) But, I managed to finish all the edits before I had to pack the Explorer and get to our meeting. When I got back home around 9:30, I burned the dvds of the concert for the band members who purchased them. I'll be delivering them today, in time for the band's next rehearsal on Thursday night.
So, that's my way of giving you a full explanation of why there are no interesting photos of a day spent in the studio or projects completed by my talented quilting friends. I intend to get my hands on more photos from last night, and I'll post them when I do. I know Kathy has more!