When I read that Lori of Humble Quilts blog
decided to host her THIRD swap this past middle of March,
I immediately signed myself up!!
Just a few simple rules:
finished little quilts to be in the mail by May 1st,
reproduction fabrics from the 1775-1910 time period,
and under 24 inches.
Within the week (I believe) there were NINETY participants signed up!!
On April 8th, I received an email from Lori, the swap host,
asking if I'd received my little quilt in the mail.
And I hadn't... but thought it was nice that she was checking.
Just the next day, the 9th - a package was here!!!
And my little quilt was from Lori, herself!!!!
It. Is. Just. Adorable!!!
It was even hand quilted, and it still arrived way before the deadline!!!
(: can you tell that the hand-quilting-part-but-early-arrival impressed me? :)
What an awesome little quilt from the swap!!!
Thank you, thank you, Lori!!!
(Humble Quilts blog)
It's going on my vintage treadle machine next to my stitching chair!!
(ps - I'd even seen a picture of my little quilt on Lori's blog before she sent it, but didn't connect it with her call asking if I'd received my quilt in the mail. )
The little quilt that I sent, went off to the state
of Washington, and should arrive tomorrow, Monday.
I'm so glad I was able to participate again this year!!!
Making new quilty-friends across the miles!!