Wendy Caton Reed's Potholder Quilt
What does this photo have to do with this post? Why, nothing. I just liked it. Wonder what she is daydreaming about.
In the previous post, I wrote about a fabulous quilt that will be in the upcoming New England Quilt Exhibit at the National Quilt Museum. Even though I knew the maker's name, I didn't post it in my blog. I don't mention people unless it is clear they don't mind. Well, happily, the maker of the quilt, Wendy Caton Reed somehow saw my blog entry and left a comment. You can see some of her work here. (Wendy, I couldn't find a way to email you, so am just going with a blog entry. If you have a photo of the quilt and email it to me, it would be my pleasure to post it.) Also, the quilt was so fascinating, I neglected to get the real name of it, so let me know on that, too. Once the
exhibit is up and running, another trip will be in order just to view Wendy's quilt again. She commented that she hopes to make a pattern of the quilt and it is sure to be a huge success. By virtue of the method, it lends itself easily to any size quilt. A winning situation. Well it is a happy circumstance that Paducah is so close to my southern Illinois home, but even if you have to travel a bit, try to catch the new exhibit.
Till next time.........