Thursday, June 13, 2024

2024 Saskatchewan Stitches conference

it's a wrap. I only took a couple classes this year. One was working with intense pencils a a little free motion quilting. Our teacher was Ana Buzzalino, from Calgary Alberta. It was a lot of fun and is still a work in progress.
Ana and I
Inktense work in progress

The second class was on the last day. It was Caring for your Featherweight. It was taught by Bernie Tobisch. He has a book out on t maintenance of  your sewing machine. and he and his wife will have a new book out this fall regarding the use of sewing machine feet. I'm hoping to get a signed copy at the Haus of stitches this fall.

I have been working on some projects for The Artisans Trail this July. some of which are these little postcards as well as some bags and totes.

 At the lake we have been watching the little Robin family grow. now they are out of the nest and Mama Robin is busy feeding the baby ones. 
Can you find all 3 babies

It's nice to see the spring  posies growing in the yard and also enjoying some fresh rhubarb made into pies. 

 Well now it's time to go get busy again.
Sew stay in stitches and enjoy the day.

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