Quilt Testers In Action

Quilt Testers In Action


Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Quilts Hung And Weasley Interrupted

On Monday quilts from two Massachusetts quilt guilds were hung at Emerson Hospital in Concord, Massachusetts. There were a lot of quilts to organize.

Once the flow of color and shape were coordinated, the hanging went quickly.

Before they were all hung, two quilts were sold off the walls. Partial proceeds go to the hospital auxiliary guild.  

The quilts were attracting a lot of attention, so hopefully the show will be successful both for the benefit of the hospital guild, and for the benefit of the spirits of people walking by.  If you have a chance to see the quilts, I hope your reasons for being there are happy ones.


Earlier this afternoon, Weasley was contemplating Second Daughter's hockey stick. When he finished with that, he started some deep considerations of her tuba. Whatever his conclusions might have been, we will never know. He was rudely interrupted by First Daughter.

Luckily for her, she followed this interruption with a petting session.


Katie :o) said...

Oh, yummy! Hockey stick appetizer with tuba for dessert :o) Weasley is toooooooo cute!

Lisa said...

Lovely quilts. Just beautiful, and I'm glad they're selling!

Weasley. Cuteness personified. I guess he just loves second daughter? Hockey stick sounds delicious. Hope you came to some earth-shattering revelations, Weasley.

Michelle May said...

Oh yes indeed hockey stick is a delicacy! Mmmmm Mmmm! hee,hee,hee.
Love the wall of quilts. I know it must bring joy to a lot of people to see that as they come to the hospital. I know it would make me happy.