This is a phrase I picked up while attending Capernwray Bible School in England’s Lake District. It’s a lovely way to say that you’re enjoying a friendly chat. We don’t get to use this phrase here, but it popped into my head when I considered how to share these photos with you:
Eleanor Burns and I chatted about the “old days” when she taught classes through the Parks and Rec department. My mom and her friends attended those classes, and brought me into the world of rotary cutters, mats, and stripping in the nineties.
Jenny Doan and I nattered about our hands, our rings, our nails . . . Your basic girl talk.
And last but not least, the Quilting Cowboy and I had a chat about his Instagram presence. I had a story about that, which gave him a laugh.
People who have met them always say that the quilt world “celebrities” are just as down-to-earth and nice in real life. I’ll add my voice to that truth right here. They really, really are.
Want to see some quilts from the Road to California Quilt Show? Here we go.
These mandala quilts almost looked like the same pattern, different fabrics.
I bought a raffle ticket for this Dear Jane made by the guild near me.
I walked right by this one. My friend asked if I had seen the quilt with all the flying geese, so I had to go back for a second look:
From about nine inches away – there they are!
Angela Petrocelli, I’d love to have a natter with you.