I did my demo at the store and it went well. So well that I still do not have my samples back. Maybe I will try and remember to take my camera to the store and take photos there so I can show you all the fun I had. I am still working on another demo (half done, but it is the easy part that is done).
As I mentioned, I am coordinating the travels for the guild's raffle quilt and doll. The guild has a show every other year. At the show we raffle off a quilt and an American Girl doll. The quilt this year is called nearly 100 because 99 of us worked on it. If I can get DD to hold it up for me I will get a photo. The doll comes with a huge wardrobe created by the guild members. She also comes with a bed, a rack to hang her clothes on, and usually a three drawer (plastic) storage cart to hold all her stuff. The bed and rack were made by hand this year by a guild hubby. It is always fun to see all the clothes the doll ends up with. It has been a challenge at times to find volunteers to take the raffle items to a venue and sell tickets. Usually if I can't find anyone, one of the quilt show committee members takes them. I have had a chance to see some fun shops while selling tickets.
I have been trying to get some quilts finished, you know...really finished not just a top. This is my pile to bind and I have the bindings all ready. Maybe today is a good day to get some stitched on by machine then I can hand sew whenever I have a chance.
Happy sewing and try to say cool.