Tuesday, April 30, 2013

I've Got My Ducks In A Row



This is what the upstairs railing looks
 like in my house the last few days.


 I am 72 hours away from setting up for the 
local quilt show and I am happy to say that 
I have my quilts ready to go.


I just thought I would show you what it is looking like.


I had a few last Schnibbles quilts to bind over the weekend.

I had taken a terrible fall earlier last week and landed on my left hand,
which braced me... however, my hand (among other parts) is terribly bruised
and I wasn't able to sew until Sunday. 
Fortunately, I have everything done and I am no worse for the wear.


I went to the lake for lunch, and these guys agreed...
I do have my ducks in a row!

29 comments:

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Wonderful! I almost feel like I am at the show! :-) I am so sorry to read about your hand! I am a lefty, so that would end my sewing for a bit too. Happy to hear it is feeling better! Have a great day!

Dee said...

Glad to hear you're feeling better! I'm sure the show will go well. I hope to one day have that many quilts to show for my efforts, but I've a long way to go yet. They all look so beautiful hanging up there!

Carol said...

Way to go Sinta! They looking wonderful hanging there together.
Take care!

Izzy said...

I love seeing quilts all stacked like that! They are all beautiful. And cute photo of the ducks. :-)

Gretchen said...

Love seeing all your quilts! I know they will be a spectacular addition to the show. Sorry to hear about your nasty fall. Cutemous duck photo :)

JoAnne said...

What a lovely line of quilts! The show attendees are going to be in for a real treat. I'm sorry about your fall, but I'm glad you are feeling better.

Thelma said...

Oh Sinta, you must be so relieved and also so excited. You've been working on this show for months and months. Seeing all your quilts folded and waiting for their big debut is amazing. I couldn't pick a favorite if I tried, but that T Stand for Thelma is a cutie. I'm so proud of you. No more falling, take it easy, enjoy the show.

Carrie P. said...

oh, what a lovely bunch of quilts. glad to hear you didn't break anything.

sandra said...

Sorry about your fall-- ouch. Your quilts are beautiful and eveyone will enjoy viewing them. Take care and go slow.
Blessings Sandra

Darlene said...

Quack, quack. :-)

Beautiful quilts, Sinta. Wish I could attend the show.

Betty Lou said...

Your quilts look beautiful on the railing. congratulations on all your entries. When I was at my friends last week she hangs her vintage flea market quilt on her railing-----I counted thirteen hanging there. I think you, should keep some on the railing after the quilt show

Karen said...

Your quilts are so beautiful, just waiting for their big day :). So happy all is well with your hand. Enjoy!!

Kim said...

Your quilts look so pretty hung up like that. Glad you're feeling better :-)

Ramona said...

Wow. I love all the beautiful quilts but I also LOVE your new website background - adorable!
Take care of yourself dear!

Becky said...

These quilts are all so beautiful! I wish I could see them in person - I'm just amazed at how many you'll have for the show. Congratulations and good luck! I know you'll be a big hit... Glad to hear that you're recovering pretty quickly as well...

Carol said...

I love the quilts on the rails all stacked up, very nice. Have fun at the Quilt Show. So sorry about you falling and hurting your hand.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

What a busy lady! Wish I could see the show - those quilts all look amazing!

Vickie said...

Beautiful Quilts!!! Cute ducks too. Hope your hand gets better fast.

Anita said...

Gorgeous quilts! Glad to see you organized everything ahead of time and you didn't injure yourself too badly. Good luck with the show it looks fun!

May Kristin said...

What a lovely bunch of beautiful quilts!
Sorry you hurt your hand, good you are feeling better.

Nancy E said...

What wonderful quilts! Sure wish I lived close enough to go to the show!

Hildy said...

I love all your quilts and they're looking so beautiful hanging on your railing and waiting for their big entry!
Sorry to hear about your fall but glad you didn't hurt more than a few bruises. A few years ago my mum slipped in the shower (during a holiday trip to Kos) and broke her hand. Now that's bad luck!
CU at the parade, Hildy

Marie said...

What a beautiful collection! I do hope that you recover from your fall quickly - that's not fun.

cherylj said...

That is such a beautiful collection of quilts, they look wonderful!

gwendiequilts said...

Beautiful quilts, Sinta! I so wish I was close enough to attend the show. I'd love to see them in person. Hoping your wrist heals quickly and the bruises fade.

Patricia Lessell said...

Your quilts are just awesome.

trish said...

Your quilts are gorgeous!
And your little webbed footed
friends are too cute!! :0)

Cathy said...

Getting your quilts all together like that is a good reminder of how productive a quilter you are. Sure looks good. Have a good time at the show.

Sarah said...

The quilts look beautiful all hanging together, very pretty. Are you left handed? That sounds very painful, look after yourself.