Wednesday, September 05, 2007

And My Senior Year Project Is . . .

I had the drawing tonight from the bloggers who sent in suggestions for my Senior Quilt project. I liked all of the suggestions and I'm going to put them into my WHIMM jar for someday projects.

Without further ado the winner is Kathy from Kathy's Quilts. Her suggestion is to sew a mystery quilt using colors outside of my usual range. This will be a good one for me. I'm not a fan of mystery quilts because I always tend to go stray from the directions. I belong to two Yahoo groups where they have mystery quilts so the next time one is offered I'll be sure to make it. As for the colors I will probably use Thimbleberries fabric. Thimbleberries are too blah for me and I would never use them unless I had to.

So Kathy send me the name and contact information for your favorite charity and I'll send them a donation.

PS - In case anyone is wondering, the shingles are nearly gone. Today was the first day in almost two weeks that I haven't had any pain. I'm not falling asleep at 8 PM. And life is good.

10 comments:

DubiQuilts - Debbi said...

Good to read you are doing better.

I can't wait to see your senior project.

Rhonda said...

Glad you doing better. Take care.

Kathy Wagner said...

yahoo...I win!
I would love it if you made a donation to your local women's shelter. Or if you don't know one by you, you could make a donation to the program where I work:
http://www.keepingsafe.ca/index/index.html

Solstitches said...

I'm a big fan of Thimbleberries fabrics and will look forward to seeing your senior year project.
Gald to hear you are feeling better.

Anonymous said...

Paula, I'm so glad you're feeling better. And I look forward to seeing your mystery Thimbleberries! It will be so different for you!

Kathy in MD (Stashbusters)

cher said...

good to know that you are on the mend..what a fun idea you had...good luck with using fabric you find blah!

JoAnna said...

Such a cool idea to stretch your boundaries! I hope you have fun. Can't wait ot see the result -- it can be a mystery for us too.

Carole said...

Oh my, I didn't know you had shingles! Gosh, I can't believe I missed that post! Well, so glad to read that you are getting better. Enjoy your senior project!

Tracey @ozcountryquiltingmum said...

Yay! about the shingles! Tracey

Cammy's Mia said...

Thank you for your comment--you were my first!!!!! Would you believe your blog was already listed on my favorites!!

Patricia