Monday, May 10, 2010

Lost and Found

Just when I thought I was going to do better at keeping up with my blog, I have fallen way behind. I was indeed lost but hopefully I have found myself. I seriously think if I would give up the gaming on Facebook, I would have more time for blogging. lol

February -
Books read: Sarah's Keys, Prayers for Sale and Not my Daughter.
Movies seen: Dear John, From Paris w/Love, Valentine's Day, Crazy Heart and Shutter Island,

I finished a quilt for nephew Keith's 40th birthday and made a trip to Orange to visit Mom and deliver the quilt.


March -
Books read: Parting Gifts, Easter Island, and True Women.
Movies seen: Brooklyn's Finest, Alice in Wonderland, Remember Me, Green Zone, The Bounty Hunter, She's Out of My League and Hot Tub Time Machine.

I finished a quilt for my sister-in-law, Sabrina's 55th birthday and got it in the mail to her.

April -
Books read: Bed and Breakfast and If the Devil Had a Wife.
Movies seen: The Last Song, Date Night and The Back-Up Plan.

I found a crewel embroidery piece that my mom had made for me back in the early 70s. For many years it hung in my dining room. when I changed the colors, I removed it from the frame and stored it in my cedar chest. Seeing all the wonderful hand work that mom had put into it I realized that it need to be seen once again. I trimmed the background fabric, added borders, sandwiched it with batting and backing and quilted it. I finished it and now have it hanging in my stairwell to be enjoyed once again.



Back in 2004, I participated in an International quilt project....."to be remembered". Each participant was to make a block and write a story. The block was to have fabrics, etc. that maybe brought special memories to mind. The story was to include information about special people or memories. The blocks were made into one quilt and the pictures of the blocks along with the stories were published in a book to be sold to raise money for UNICEF. 86 women and 4 men from 24 countries and 5 continents participated. I just received my copy. www.memoryquilt.website.ms

2 comments:

Suzy said...

http://www.memoryquilt.website.ms/

ANudge said...

I always enjoy seeing your quilts again. You should post more of them. This could be your quilt album so to speak. And it's fun to learn about your family and listen to the cool music you pick.

AngieN