It was so good to be able to walk around the city and enjoy the architecture. I particularly liked this door which I found at the Pantheon.
As soon as we were home Catherine Nicholls arrived from Vancouver to stay as we had several teaching and lecturing commitments around the Midlands including The Quilters' Guild AGM in Nottingham, workshops at The Bramble Patch where I taught my monthly Inspired by Art workshop and Catherine taught Textile Illustration and a Mettler Thread Open Studio at Coles Sewing Centre in Nottingham. These were all good fun and thank you to everyone who took part.
We were all very pleased with the response to the latest Orientation exhibition at The Bramble Patch. I took these photographs early in the morning before the exhibition opened which is why it looks deserted but the quilts looked so good on the white brick walls.
Needless to say there has been very little stitching during this hectic schedule although I have managed a little therapeutic hand quilting on one of my journal quilts.
There's still a lot of quilting to be completed plus two more journal quilts to finish before the end of the month! So I should be posting again quite soon with the finished pieces! Off to stitch!
Thank you for reading.