Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Adventures in Quilting Episode 2: Always Carry a Tissue

City of Chicago from the air.
In our last episode of Adventures in Quilting we found our young quilt teacher boarding a plane at O'Hare. She is on a mission of joy and enlightenment to spread the word that you too can be a fuser.
The great American mid-west.
After a short, but irritating flight, the young quilter vows to never sit next to an incessant sniffer without carrying a tissue to share. And next time that incessant sniffer also hogs the arm rest, watch out!

The young quilter carries embroidery needles and knows how to use them!
Earth from above. Sniff.
Despite the sniffer and a lack of fresh air, our quilt maker gazes from the plane window and admires the scenery below. It truly is a magnificent earth we live on. And for a moment, just a moment, the earth resembles a patchwork quilt.


Gene Black said...

I have seen that patchwork earth from the window of an airplane.

Nancy said...

I love looking at the view from the airplane window... makes me tear up, sniff, sniff. All you needed was a seat kicker to make your short flight completed!

Donna said...

I love this post and both quilts! It sounds like your trip is off to an interesting start. Have a good time!

annieQ said...

Earth from above is wonderful!!!! I want to see more.

Julie Bagamary said...

Love the Earth from Above!


Desde el inicio del viaje hasta la llegada a la habitación del hotel están hermosamente plasmados en los trabajos.

gasser said...

Laura, I too have enjoyed the scenery. I arrive home with a stiff neck from looking out the window or having an exciting conversation and trying to make eye contact. Safe travels. Judy(gasser)