This cyber game gives bloggers a chance to let others learn more about them by listing seven things their readers might not know. Additionally, I must now tag seven other bloggers. Look for my list tomorrow!
1. I've been sewing since I was 10 but didn't begin quilting until 1980. I've made over 100 quilts and love teaching and lecturing.
We Fix Broken Hearts was created to honor those who heal. It is my most published quilt and won a 1st place from the National Quilting Association and our guild show. It was also juried into the AQS show in Paducah.
2. I grew up on a farm in northern
One of the Shetland ponies on Four Sisters Farm.
Hold on My Heart...........Throw Me a Lifeline
The title, a line from a Genesis song, came before the quilt.
4. When my son was little, a school assignment was to finish this sentence: "My Mom likes........” His response:” kids, quilts and chocolate." Right on the money!
5. I participated in all things musical when I was in school and was honored to be selected for All State Chorus. I don't think I could live without music, which speaks a universal language.
6. When in high school, I instigated a senior class skip day, a protest against injustice and unfair treatment. While many "chickened out" those of us who did participate really bonded during the following two weeks of detention hall.
7. I was, and am, an anti-war protester. In 1969 I, and hundreds of others marched with Coretta Scott King in