Never Leave Home Without Your Quilting

It’s  time to take India back to school.  India is a junior at the University of Pittsburgh. (That means we are half way there, but that’s another story).

Getting ready to go is a process — shopping, car serviced, hotel reservations, etc. The most important part of the process for me, however, is to make sure I have a quilting project that is ready to travel.

On this trip I am taking appliqué blocks for my quilt Alaskan Midnight Garden. This quilt has 25 blocks, and I have only completed 5. I don’t think I will run out of things to do.

Do you travel with your quilt projects?


About ovbrantley

I am a passionate quilter who also is the general counsel for a major urban county in Georgia. I manage to pursue my triple passions of motherhood, quilting and traveling.
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1 Response to Never Leave Home Without Your Quilting

  1. Jacquelyn M. Vander says:

    Yes, I have traveled with a project. The last one that fit this categorend was completed the end of last year and took three years to complete. It was a king size “chicken scratch” star quilt. Wish I knew how to send you a picture. I am very proud of my project.


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