Saturday, September 18, 2010

Changing Gears

That's the name of this year's Austin Area Quilt Guild Show. I'm having a great time there meeting lots of crafty people. I was there yesterday for opening day and today had my wonderful neighbor and friend run my booth so I could "enjoy" all that Yom Kippur has to offer. I'm just going to put it out there: though many find this holy day meaningful and I applaud that, I'm always happiest when it's over.
Tomorrow is another day and I'll be back at the Palmer Events Center in booth 412. Come by and say hello.

14 comments:

Samantha Page said...

the long narrow one on the right side is beee yute if ule!!!

Amber said...

Your booth looks gorgeous!

meli B said...

Your stand looks great and you were lucky to have such good friends to cover for you over Yontev. Hope the show has lots of visitors.

vesna said...

so beautiful!

Kris said...

Oh I wish I could come visit you. The stand is gorgeous!

GroovyMoonChild said...

Your booth is gorgeous and so happy! Love all of the color!!!! I could totally live in there. Pity they didn't provide you with lime colored curtains thou ;)

Diana Ramirez said...

There's a sign up front by the festival specialties booth that lists the workshops the Guild is sponsoring during 2010-2011 and your workshop is listed Malka. Make sure you let folks know.

Nifty Quilts said...

Your booth looks great! Wish I could be there. I'm enjoying the two bags of squares I ordered from you, and I've ordered both your books on Amazon. As you can see, I'm a fan!

connie said...

Oh, I wish I wasn't so far a way. It looks wonderful. We have our quilt show here in Gold Beach Oregon this weekend also.

Good Luck.

Cindra said...

The booth looks yummy! Wish I could see it in person!

stitch.sew.quilt said...

looks great! i hope you took a minute to take in a deap breath and cogragulate yourself for all the hard work you did to get it all prepared. you deserve it. conagrats.

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Larissa said...

Your work is stunning! Wish I lived closer.

ParisMaddy said...

What a vibrant and colorful booth!