Category Archives: Quilt Travels
I was part of a group of over 200 quilters who attended a two and a half day seminar at Clayton State University in Morrow, GA last week. Rick Tims, Alex Anderson and Libby Lehman were the stars of the … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Cruising to Alaska on the Celebrity Infinity was a trip of a lifetime for India and me. We enjoyed it, but we are both pretty sure we have no desire to return. We were reminded of God’s magnificent creation, and … Continue reading
Wherever I go I collect Christmas ornaments. Since I have done this for some time, I think my Christmas tree is one of the most unusual and one of the most beautiful. It certainly holds a lot of memories. Alaska … Continue reading
While cruising on the Celebrity Infinity, India and I attended a class on how to cook crepes. Anyone who knows me knows I do not cook. It was all lost on me. However, India managed to get herself chosen to … Continue reading
During one of our days at sea on the beautiful Celebrity Infinity, India and I took a watercolor class. Here are the results. Mine is the purple one. Obviously, India is better at water color than I am!
Our final port of call in Alaska was Skagway. Here I found the Quilt Alaska Quilt Shop. I purchased one of their t-shirts and some Alaska themed batiks.
Our next port of call was Juneau. I searched until I found Changing Tides Quilt Shop. Here I purchased some beautiful reds and greens, as well as some unusual charms.
India and I left Seattle June 8, 2012 headed to Alaska. After a day at sea, our first stop was in Ketchikan. I was delighted to find the Silver Thimble Quilt Shop. I purchased some batiks that reminded me of … Continue reading