Thursday, November 05, 2009

If you are attending the Sewing and Quilting Expo in Minneapolis and need a Minnesotan translator, please let me know. It is my second language having learned it as a young thing.
You can also pick up some nice hand-dyed fabric dyed by a nice former Minnesotan girl, me. So stop in at Booth #119 and sooner than you can say "ya, sure ya betcha" I'll find you a nice yard of fabric.


Jane Moxey said...

What a nifty quilt! Is that black cotton I see peeping through, or is it felt I wonder?

Eva said...

I love the way you used the blacks. Looks like a woodcut print. Great!

Joan said...

I am SOOO frustrated that the one weekend I have ever been able to stay with our grandkids in Milwaukee YOU are in Mpls, Laura! I have looked in wonder at all your gorgeous work and so want to see more in person and of course YOU! Hope this happens sooner than later! Maybe in Chicago since Louise got that outing all perfected for us sisters to do. Hope your homestate treats you right--ya sure I know it will.Love to you, cuz! Joan

Linda Zokan said...

Love the farm scene and doncha know I coulda translated. Sure, you betcha I coulda, even though I'm from the cheesehead state, enso.
Looks like ya had a great time though hey.

Molly Wieser said...

I am obsessed with crisp black line drawings/prings as well as fabric and am thrilled to see you get the two together. Thank you.