First, I have a little photo of Montana daffodils. I know the rest of the country (and hemisphere!) has already had their spring fix of beautiful daffodils, but spring comes late here. These little guys are only about 3" tall and have already survived two snow storms. So the snow is gone for now. The bigger daffodils will open soon; these are tough flowers aren't they!
It is almost time for that great quilt show, the American Quilters Society Show in Paducah, Kentucky. I will tell you, Kate and John have been busy as bees getting ready - of course there will be an ongoing demonstration of the Flynn Multi-Frame but there are lots of new pre-cut kits; some elegant, some whimsical, all really accurate and a joy to sew. A little slide show of some of the new kits follows. I will work hard at getting these in to the web catalog; I'm not kidding there are really a lot of the new kits.
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Everyone leaves for the Paducah show this weekend. Kate and Kevin will have a day or two sightseeing while John drives down - I have the fun job of dog sitting; I predict many walks and some sessions of catch. I will wear out before Maggie, and that's okay. Enjoy early spring, wherever you are!