Is it really November already?

It took four days for me to get this BB CW #44 done :-). But I love it.

Blogging pictorially is sometimes not the easiest: I am making a Christmas swap gift (must not show), formulating another book proposal with a fellow quilter (can't show the projects), and then there is the new book (premature to show pictures). I am a shadow quilter LOL.

However! I can show you Karen at Log Cabin Quilter's wall quilts that she made from my patterns, Berks County 1850 and Album Quilt 1870; thank you for the kind words, Karen, and it's such a delight to see that you have made my patterns!

On the Kindle: one of the two public library systems I can borrow from offers eBooks, so am
currently reading one of their digital check-outs, What Jackie Taught Us: Lessons from the Remarkable Life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

and last week read Remarkable Creatures: A Novel by Tracy Chevalier.

We are considering getting a few Kindles at Day Job for the students to check out or maybe just read in our new reading area we are setting up. There are free books offered every few days that they would enjoy reading, just for starters. Fabulous!


KC Quilter said...

Love BOTH of those photos!

Sheila said...

Love your civil war block, really beautiful

Karen said...

I just sent you an e-mail but you have answered my question in your blog post. I am looking forward to learning more about your projects.

Gretchen said...

I just love the photo of Rembrandt. She looks all ready for a season of snuggling in warm places :) I am terribly behind on my CW blocks now (4 weeks I think). I better get a move on this weekend and get some done.

Barb said...

Your block is stunning! worth the 4 days :)