Today was another day at the Puyallup Fair. I took the time to go up to the second floor in The Pavilion where I saw many beautiful quilts and other crafts.
|This 'quilt' is spectacular . . . all of the detail work|
that you see is beaded.
|Because of our penchant for birds, I had to take this|
photo; unfortunately, the artistry in this quilt
doesn't show very well due to the height-challenged
theory discussed in an earlier posting.
|Because I can pickles, I had to|
take a photo of this quilt; very clever in my book!
|This is a cross-stitch project . . . unbelievably beautiful!|
|This is a needlework project; all I could|
think of as I looked at it was Inchies and
When we walked the new house property late this morning, the neighbor had a bird feeder that attracted a multitude of small birds. And the one pic reminded me of a Magenta stamp.
We're expecting our large order from Magenta any day . . . keep watch! Susie and I are counting the days before we leave for Montreal to visit Helene and see Magenta's headquarters. Susie leaves at 0' dark thirty Monday morning, and I leave just before midnight on Wednesday.
I would love to show you the project I am trying to finish up yet tonight, but it's late and I have to continue working on it. If the karma is with me, perhaps I'll be able to show you pics of it tomorrow night.