We had a great time at the Victorian Lecture yesterday at the Fullerton Arboretum.
As so often happens at these kind of happenings, I didn’t take enough pictures but below is a small Slideshow to give you the flavor of the day.
The Arboretum is so lovely, I hoped to hang some quilts outside among the flowers and trees. But we had to move all the festivities inside due to the high winds. In the end, it could not have been a more perfect venue for the day. My family came together and hung quilts all around for ambience. What a wonderful crew! My love and thanks go out to each of you.
I offer a special thanks to the quilt holders, Cheri and Nelson. And many thanks also to Ed, Irene, Cathy, Becky, Ray and Jean for the loaning of quilts and other materials.
And the guests were just fabulous! We had a lot of quilts brought in for “Stump The Quilter” and they were beautiful, glorious examples. I thank everyone for their attendance and their participation.
Here is the Victorian Quilt Lecture Slideshow:
My thanks again to all involved in the Victorian Quilts Lecture! It was a grand day!
A note to those making the Lava Lamp quilt: I am working on the instructions for the Alternate Straight Love Bead Border. Should be posted within 24 hours. Thanks for your patience.
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