Carl Frieseke (1874-1939)
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First, I want to thank you for all your kind words and encouragement about my new column: My Line with Lori Kennedy in American Quilter Magazine. Read more HERE. To answer your questions: Yes, I will continue blogging–I have way too much I want to say to limit myself to six times per year! And, I agree-my next project is THE BOOK! (But first…two college graduations, a confirmation, a few showers, and A WEDDING in May!) Then I will buckle down and work on THE BOOK.
I know many of you love hexies. My sisters inspired me to start this mini hexie project. It’s small enough to carry all the necessary supplies and fabric in a stationery box. I like to work on it during long car rides. I used to bring a Travel Project wherever I knew I’d be waiting for long periods of time–sport practices for the kids, air travel, etc. but I always found it awkward to pull out my sewing.
While I love the idea of using those little bits of time to work on my projects, my Travel Project is only for long car rides.
What about YOU? Do you have a Travel Project? What projects do you think best for travel? Do you think it’s awkward to quilt in public?
I’d love to hear…
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