Sunday, August 8, 2010

In the shop

Have I mentioned before that my job rocks?  I spend all day with fabric, quilters, and designers.  AND I get to go home, and on the pretense of having "worked all day", put my feet up and flip through quilting magazines.  Okay, it may not be that way all of the time, but it is pretty dang good in general.

So, a couple of weeks ago, Sarah M. Bisel came into the shop.  I love her!  She is just too cute!  And her book Fast, Flirty, and Fun is full of great projects that I plan to make some day.  She was actually helping some family pick out fabric to make one of her projects.  I meant to tell you about her visit the day she came in but she signed my book and I felt that it may have spoiled my longarm surprise.  Speaking of which, if you haven't voted to name my longarm, you still have one more day.






The "quilt long and prosper" part totally melted my nerdy heart.

7 comments:

Barb said...

Oh what a fun day in the shop...and what a dream job!

jillquilts said...

That is too cute!! What a great autograph!!! :)

quiltingnana said...

if I worked in a quilt shop, I wouldn't have a paycheck to bring home!! and what fun meeting a quilting author.

Needled Mom said...

I love the autograph!!

Working in a quilt shop would be deadly for me. I would still owe them money at the end of the month! lol

call me crazy said...

You do have an awesome job! :-) Love the signature too!

Bisel Family said...

How cute! I love your blog, and loved meeting you! Thanks for making my day.

Amy, a redeemed sheep said...

Cool beans!! You do have a great job!