Home from France…

Linda and I flew home Sunday. Monday I did laundry and re-packed because on Tuesday I drove to the Houston area to lecture and teach. I think today is Wednesday – isn’t it? I lectured last night and taught today for the Tri-County Quilt Guild. It was a fun day but I admit that it seems strange to think that 3 days ago I was in France.

I have a few final pictures from the quilt show. This is what the vendor mall looked like from the second floor before the crowds came:

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The ‘little house’ next to us housed the quilts made by Petra Prins:

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And next to Petra was, I think, Shizuko Kuroha. I admit it, I didn’t take good notes but I think this is the person who made these quilts. She wasn’t there, only her quilts were there.

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In comparison to our neighbors, our quilts were very colorful. Tres jolie as they said. And we had a way cooler sofa!

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There was a nice dispaly of garments near us. I especially liked this black dress. I would look terrible in it but my DIL would look good in a dress like it. The white dress was also lovely.

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I miss the regal old-ness of Paris. Sherman feels, and is, very new in comparison.

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6 thoughts on “Home from France…

  1. I absolutely LOVE the couch they put with your quilts. It just all looks so very good together and, yes, your designs are tres jolie – and they make my heart sing all the time. Keep up the great work. Oh, and when do you ever sleep?

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  2. Becky, I am sorry that I have just now refound your blog! I was in Paris the first week of April and saw many of the things that you visited! I was even at that fabric store! It is a beautiful city and I will definitely go there again!

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