Saturday, May 14, 2011


Ok, I know, it's been 2 1/2 months since my last post.  I don't have the hang of this blogging thing yet. It's quite intimidating when you first start AND I've been ridiculously busy with taking on our School Board and being PTA President.  But I just wrapped up a fabulous imaginary safari luncheon with African dancers and everything for Staff Appreciation yesterday and today I got to spend the entire day with my sewing machine.  Oh how we've missed each other.   Anywho, my most favorite quilter in the whole wide world is Mary Lou Weidman .  I took her Hoochy Mama class in January and signed up for a Hoochy Bird Swap (my first swap EVER by the way).  Here are my birds. 

Mine are simple because I am the ultimate Productive Procrastinator  I can't wait to see what birds I get in return.  Some of the other participants have posted pictures on their blogs and they are REALLY darling.  Felt so good today to breathe in the cotton fibers!  Hope you enjoy, and would love some ideas of how to put all the birds into a creative "Out of the Box" type of quilt. 


  1. Hi Kim,

    Very cute, love the jello colours you used. It will be fun to develop our own settings for our flocks.

    Thanks for playing with us.

    Sandi in New Westminster B.C.

  2. Great birds, I like the way you have used the fabrics. Regards, Nessie