Thursday, March 4, 2010

Wonderful Quilt Top and My Kid's New Blog!

Good Morning! I have decided to go through my vintage quilts and tops, etc. to see what I can part with. You've seen my room. You know I HAVE to do this!

Anyway, here's the first one I decided to sell. It is amazing! I'm actually selling it because there's not a lot that has to be done to it. I'm yearning to get back to rescuing and giving re-life to those old things that can't be used at all as they are. This is what I first did when I started this business and the thing that most feeds my soul. I'll share some of those with you later. Today I just want you to enjoy this wonderful piece while you can.....

In other news--- My kid is now a blogger! If you knew anything about my wonderful child, you would be as stunned as I am. Anyway, she has a recipe blog. She was a highly successful Pampered Chef consultant for 5 years (which is another shock in itself! Not the successful part, but the cooking part!) and had to give it up to spend more time with Cameron and his sporting endeavors. OK-- they're partly his Mom and Dad's sporting endeavors, too. She has tons of quick and easy excellent Pampered Chef type recipes. Check out sportsmomcooks and see what you think! I just looked at it right now and she has a memorial to my Mom out there. Makes me want to cry......



The Quilt Buddy said...

Hi Glenna.

Thanks for sharing with us !

Jackie said...

Hi Glenna, That quilt top is just lovely! I don't know how you could possibly part with it??? Just visited your daughters blog, wonderful!

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Hi Glenna, What a beautiful quilt! I need to hop over and say hi to you DD!!

connie said...


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