Shameless self back patting is permitted on blogs so there!
I [your very own purveyor of quilty information and pretty pictures of fabric things] have been asked to join the very prestegious Manhattan Quilters’ Guild [that link goes to the website which has a bit of finishing to do I just found out, but it’s best practice to put links.]
So, anywhoo, I have been asked to join this group of 23 fabulous and famous quilter ladies.
We are soon to open our traveling exhibition in NYC at City Quilter [more links FTW!!!] but as that is still under the red velvet waiting on the dramatic reveal I shall show you some of the awesome images from their last show “metro Textural”
Each of these are 36 inches square and are even more impressive in person than on the ‘puter screen.
I am excited to see how working with these exemplar stitchers will help me make my crater in the industry.
[just making a mark is for sissies]
LUKE Haynes is a trained Architect using his skills mostly for good. His work can be seen at his site and the associated blog. He is a full time Quilter and sometimes blogger, whose work is showing across the country and soon the world. You can find him here at Quilty Pleasures on the first Sunday of each month.
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