Finally, we caught a break in the weather and had a fine, clear Saturday with autumn colors at their peak. I had a chance to drive out to west St. […]
So far, I haven’t been able to get through more than about a half dozen of the stretches before I leave for work in the morning. I have to finish up in the evening, and it’s taking an hour or more to do them all.
In the spring, the quince produces three colors of blossoms – the original rose, a pale pink and white. In the autumn, there are sometimes a few quinces, and in some years like this, an abundance of the hard, bitter fruit.
Quilt National may be known worldwide, but University City’s gem of a quilt show is highly anticipated by quilters and quilting enthusiasts throughout the midwest.
Three years ago, I ordered 50 caladium bulbs to decorate my front door and driveway area in anticipation of a summer wedding. I’ve saved and dug them up every year. […]
Then, the pilot began doing wingstands and loops to give Fergy the best view of what was below – a few cows standing up to their armpits in snow and an airport brought to a standstill.
It’s refreshing to know that 51 percent of the exhibitors were in Quilt National for the first time. That gives hope to aspiring fabric artists everywhere.