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September 15, 2018


Autumn arrives next week! Where did the summer go? We started out blazing hot from June into July, then cooled with rains in late July and August. We致e had some chilly evenings and cooling weather, though we池e in a warm spell at the moment. The garden is going gangbusters with lots of veggies to pick every day. I love this time of year.



I知 looking forward to my annual trek to the Chicago Botanic Gardens in Glencoe/ HIghland Park next week. The American Craft Expo opens Thursday evening with a gala event to benefit research at the Northwestern Health.


This year I知 bringing some new things that are a progression of the patchwork that I started late last year. I知 thoroughly enjoying making these pieces. I have a group of non quilted pullovers this year with a lower price point. The patchworks are all one of a kind, and they take a lot of thought, and I use up rare pieces that will never be seen again. There is a certain joy is seeing a small scrap recycled into new life and beauty.







This year I知 in the tent , which is suppose to be air conditioned this year! And I heard a new tent also! Though, the weather is looking to be cooler at this point, and hallelujah for that! I知 near the entrance looking over the small pond, Booth 137.



I hope you値l stop by to say hello and see the new pieces and try a few on. I知 greatly looking forward to seeing my dear old friends from the greater Chicago area.
See you soon!





This fall look for my work at The Rafael's, on Market Street in San Francisco, and Hands On Gallery, in Key West, FL



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