I turned 65 this May! I celebrated my birthday with no stress and no pictures as I spent the day in my sewing room doing exactly what I wanted! However, a birthday trip to Paducah is in my future when time allows. I slipped right into Mother's Day from my birthday. Our son visited and the three of us had a fun day playing cards together.
|Mother's Day scones and flowers from my son, Rob.|
|Thinking of Mom on Mother's Day|
|Mary Lou Moo|
|This was a fabulous Modern Quilt|
|I think I may soon need a fifth bin for my quilts!|
|Straight from the LAQ...I opened the box during my talk and shared the excitement with the quild!|
---The Decatur Quilter's Guild invited me to speak to their morning and evening guild meetings on May 13th. It was fun to have Abe Lincoln (in a front row seat) join us for the morning lecture!
---Some quilts I've been working on:
(Please excuse the parallax ... these quilts were on my flannel board and it leans just a bit against the wall, making the photos somewhat distorted.)
|My first "Modern Quilt." It still needs the sashing and borders.|
|Done and Done! This one will soon be on its way to Heather, my favorite LAQ.|
|My father, Whitney DeWitt, WWII|
---I'm sure some of you may have seen this on the internet. It cracks me up and I hope you enjoy it too! It is a floor plan for the perfect house: