I've made my move to my new home and over the last few months have had family visiting. Remember how I was trying to really go through my stash and get rid of things? I had the builder recreate the sewing room from my old house, shelves and all. Funny, but even with a slightly wider closet and getting rid of what I thought was a lot of stash, I still find that my shelves are brim full.
In addition to moving and enjoying family visits, I was able to finish a model for Northern Expressions. This is the link to her blog post when it was released this summer. Just scroll down to read about Shades of Red. Here's a quick photo I took before sending her off to the designer:
I've also been keeping very busy as the chair of the EGA Heartland Region 2015 Spring Seminar. We just announced our classes this weekend. You can see photos of the class projects and download registration information on the St. Paul Needleworkers website. Just follow this link.
Here are a few photos of just some of the ten projects:
|Abalorios Azul taught by Deanna Powell|
|Black Magic taught by Celeste Chalasani|
|Grace taught by Terri Bay|
|Dresden Doodle taught by Marion Scoular|
|Jasper taught by Toni Gerdes|
Next time I will finish my update on Sampler Symposium, though I imagine at this point it is more of a historical piece than an update!