Category Archives: Quilt Travels
I just returned from a fabulous vacation cruising on the Celebrity Equinox for 11 nights. My gratitude meter is sky high! I enjoyed great food, interesting ports of call, fabulous fun with my travel mates and uninterrupted Mommy time with … Continue reading
I am a big believer in vacations. Why? First, because they are educational. I never fail to learn something new on vacation. Second, because they free your mind to re-imagine things. Third, because they increase my gratitude factor. I am … Continue reading
India and I recently spent a delightful weekend in Charleston, South Carolina. The occasion was the Opening Reception of the 9th Annual African American Fiber Art Exhibit. My quilt Strength and Grace was part of the exhibit. India and I … Continue reading
Have you ever been to New Mexico? Neither had I until now. The American Quilter’s Society (AQS) gave me the excuse I needed to explore an unknown. AQS is hosting its first quilt show in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and I … Continue reading
Attending the International Quilt Festival is an amazing experience. It is the time when quilters from around the world converge on Houston Texas to view the finest quilts, buy the newest, cutting edge supplies and learn from the most talented … Continue reading
I am spending a joyful day in my quilt studio today. I plan to start a new quilt and finish an old one. The quilt I am sharing with you today is called Inspiration. It was named after a Carnival … Continue reading
Today we visited sacred land. We are in Ephesus, Turkey where Mary, Mother of Jesus, lived her last days.
India and I are in Istanbul, Turkey today in search of fabulous things to buy. Wish you were here!
The long-awaited, dreamed about day is finally here! India and I leave from Rome, Italy today aboard the Celebrity Reflection for an 11-day Eastern Mediterranean Cruise. We are celebrating her graduation from the University of Pittsburgh, my 60th birthday, and because we … Continue reading
India was home from the University of Pittsburgh last weekend for fall break. It was a beautiful weekend so we took a day trip to the Elijay Apple Festival — just the two of us. I love country stuff. We … Continue reading