Thursday, 7 June 2012

When in London



What happens when you go and meet over a hundred quilters who think fabric like you do?

You meet old friends finally face to face, you make new ones, you laugh, you cry, you sew, you learn new skills, it's all utterly wonderful, but you also don't have enough time to see everyone, to talk to them for long enough, to experience all that is on offer (boy, did I miss things... I never saw Michael and Julia Oakshot although I had been looking forward to it and totally missed sizzix to name a few) and in the end everything goes by in a blur....

Update on the meet with photos soon!

7 comments:

Flying Blind... said...

You managed to capture the only point in the weekend where we were not all laughing!

Rafael's Mum said...

It's a gift Hadley :-)

Patchwork and Play said...

Everyone looks SO serious! You did say you cried.....but really, was it that bad!

Lynne (Lily's Quilts) said...

It looks like everyone's being given the health and safety talk lol

Rafael's Mum said...

Suz, this was the very first moment where John said "Listen up everyone" and we all looked up to him in expectation when he welcomed us and explained what was on offer. So we are NOT sad, just listening? I am starting to regret posting this now...

Ethne said...

Hey, never worry I'm sure you have some posts to follow that will put this one photo on the back boiler
Glad you enjoyed it - everyone seems to have had a ball

MariQuilts said...

Sounds like a wonderful weekend...hey, there has to be a few serious moments, after all.