Dubib....it looks like you could get 3 FWs if you get there early enough. Have fun!
Janie....I too don't like crowds but I do love to see those cowboys ride. I watch it on TV whenever I can. Thanks for the invitation!
QuiltE...I like Jan's idea of an Irish chain, particualarly if you used colors from the focus fabric. It will make a nice lap quilt. By the time evening came, Ocean Waves, was hot air too. I'm going to be more careful today and go to the library if need be to make sure I cool off good. It's so humid that sweating doesn't even do its job!!!
QNS.... Bummer that your cabinet wasn't ready to pick up. This will give you some time to help DH with his quilting stuff and the entire room will shine.
carrie...you're probably home by now and out in the club house. My question about the SYE is how the blocks are set together since the background is only on two sides. I'm thinking about using a floral background and letting the hexagons "float"
Jeanie...paint by the weekend? Glad that things are finally moving along for the redo. It's nice that you can take a FMQing class. Sometimes that's all it takes to step outside our comfort zone and develop new skills.
JanRN...have fun on the FART. I need to go to the LQS and pick up a pattern from a class I missed so I will look around but I'm saving up for a shop hop next Friday. Thirty stores come to an exposition hall and set up their wares. Saves on gas and there is immediate ability to comparison shop. I've never been there before but have heard really good reports.
Have you all seen the Craftsy class by Carol Doaks on paper piecing? If it goes on sale for over half off these next couple of days, I might enroll. I still have trouble where the pieces all meet in the middle.
Stay cool and safe everyone!