Wandaful Quilts

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Sunday, June 10, 2012

I'm home.......

I left my daughter's house at 9:30 a.m. yesterday and got home at 2 p.m.  That would be 3 p.m. her time so a 2 hour flight takes 5.5 hours from door to door.  I was too exhausted to do more than grocery shop and fill the bird feeders.  I'm just posting 2 more photos from my show because I want to remind everyone that the show continues until June 30.  This shot shows the sales counter with the display behind it.
I accidentally pressed the  button on my camera as I was lowering it and got a tilted photo that is amazingly in focus.  It was taken the day we were setting up and still has a ladder in the photo.  This shows the neat ceiling that was covered with a drop ceiling when they took possession of the building.
Hopefully I will have some energy today and get back to my studio.

27 comments:

sewyouquilt2 said...

wonderful pics of some wonderful quilts. glad you are back home safe and sound!

Impera_Magna said...

Glad you made it home safe and sound... time for resting up now! You've been busy for a long time getting ready for the show... and then the show and classes!

Sewing Junkie said...

Fun to go but No Place Like Home. Also it was very nice to have your show where family was. Better than a hotel room. So glad it was a great experience for you. Chris

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

I certainly enjoyed the show even though I wasn't there - thanks for sharing it. I'm glad you enjoyed it too and that you were able to do this.
Karen

Anonymous said...

I loved seeing the show! Hearty congratulations, Wanda! This is a tour de force.

Frebblebit

Jackie said...

Welcome home! Your show was wonderful, although I truly wish I were there to see all your glorious quilts in person.

Gene Black said...

I hope you had a good night's rest. I just have a feeling you will be starting work early today to make up for "lost time" ha ha.

Gari said...

Welcome home. I am so happy for you: visiting with your daughter, a show of your own, great classes, seeing people who already read your blog and sales, too. Now let yourself rest a little and then BACK TO WORK!!

Lynne said...

Welcome home - I hope it's not too much of a let down.

hetty said...

Glad you made it home safe and sound. Now get some rest. You deserve it. It made me smile when I read that you had filled the bird feeders even though you were totally exhausted - always thinking of others. And, BTW, I love that tilted photo!

Michelle @ Periwinkle said...

I really enjoyed the photos of the quilt show, nice to see some them displayed together, it is so colorful. They seem to have a nice gallery. Glad the classes went well,

LC said...

Wanda, congratulations! The show was super, but best of all, meeting you this past week was a highlight of my vacation in South Carolina. May you have a good day of rest and enjoy time in your studio doing what you are so talented in doing!

Anonymous said...

Hi Wanda

Glad you made it home safe and sound!
I want to say Thank you for a wonderful class and show. I love your quilts even more in person.

I just home yesterday, we made a side trip, never got to Mary Jo's.

My colorwash class pc went on the wall last night, plan to study it for awhile before I sew it together.

Thanks again for a great day!!

Dee
dw7645@charter.net

Taya@TypeB said...

Congratulations on a great show! I loved following along. You do beautiful work!

Sue said...

Welcome home, Wanda!

Anonymous said...

Welcome home, Wanda!! Thanks so much for sharing your trip with us!! Hope you get some rest and we'll
catch up soon ! jmh

Laura T said...

Congrats on a great show! Thanks for all of the great pics of the setup and show - I would have loved to have been there! It's always great to be home:)
LauraT

Anonymous said...

A week in the life of Wanda... has me breathless ! Just a wonderful experience for all of us that you have shared every day preparations for months on end. And then to end with your Spectacular show. I don't think Martha Stewart could keep up with you ! She has her entourage to help with every project. And you do it ALL yourself ! You can be so proud.

J~MT

Mary W Quilts said...

Hi Wanda, I went to the gallery yesterday afternoon. The colors and the quilts are amazing. The pictures do not really do justice to the colors. I think it was sew appropriate that your quilts were displayed in a mosaic gallery. I enjoyed it very much. I think I may have to start collecting Kaffe and batiks and make a few cobblestones of my own.
:-)). Mary

Purple Pam said...

Glad you are home safe and sound. Rest, rest, rest, then sew, sew, sew! LOL!

Quiltdivajulie said...

Welcome home! Don't worry about being super productive right away -- let the experience run its course as you re-adjust.

Love that accidental photo!

Muddling Through said...

It really WAS a beautiful display of your art. I'm so glad you had such a successful show. It will be good to get back to your design wall, I know.

Cathi said...

Glad you're back. Your show looked absolutely amazing -- oh, how I wish I could have seen your gorgeous quilts in person!

Vicky F said...

Hi Wanda,
Love the accidental photo! The Freudian slip shows just how gallery-worthy your work is (i.e. it fits right in).

Glad you made it home safe and sound!
Vicky F

Sheila said...

I'm glad to hear you made it home safely. Cool, wonky photograph :D

Ailsa (Cape Pincushion) said...

Congratulations on your fabulous quilt show and 1 million visits to your blog! Fantastic!

Needled Mom said...

Welcome home. You must feel great about such a successful show.