Andie and I met with a whole bunch of the great gals from Gen Q at Quilt Market, including Jake and Megan whom I truly wish I saw more than once a year. But Tracy and I go WAYYYY back to
My cohort in crime, Andie, wrote a very heart-felt blog post about the Gen Q folks and I really can't say it better than she did. So go read her post. And then go read the Gen Q post. mkay?
I do want to say that I have been blown away and brought to tears more than once by the way the quilting community has been and continues to be so supportive of me, Andie, and our baby-book. We love to quilt, and just as important, we love our quilting friends. I could go on and on, but for now, I just want to simply thank Tracy, Megan, Jake, the rest of the Generation Q team, and all the rest of you out there who are so lovely, supportive, and welcoming of two more voices into the quilting landscape.
We are very fortunate to have you in our lives.
The Blog Tour continues tomorrow with Angela at Quilting is my Therapy!
Tuesday, Nov. 6 (Lindsay, CraftBuds)
Wed., Nov. 7 (Jill, Darling Jill Quilts)
Thursday, Nov. 8 (Faith, Fresh Lemons)
Friday, Nov. 9 (Generation Q)
Saturday, Nov. 10 (Angela, Quilting is my Therapy)
Sunday, Nov. 11 (Shannon, Stitch Craft Create)
Monday, Nov. 12 (Laurie, Scarlet Fig)
Tuesday, Nov. 13 (Lindsay, The Cottage Mama)
Wed., Nov. 14 (Jessica, A Little Gray)
Thursday, Nov. 15 (Mary, The Tulip Patch)
Friday, Nov. 16 (Deborah, Whipstitch)
Saturday, Nov. 17 (Kaysie, KZJo’s Studio)
Sunday, Nov. 18 (Jenny, Sew Kind of Wonderful)
Monday, Nov. 19 (Carla, LollyQuiltz)
Tuesday, Nov. 20 (Thomas, Thomas Knauer Sews)
Wed., Nov. 21 (Brenda, Pink Castle Fabrics)