Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Onto Oregon

Dear Jolly Jabber readers,

We are on our way to Quilt Market! I'm tempted to compare our journey to Oregon Trail, but we will be going by plane, and we will not lose any members of the Fat Quarter Shop party to dysentery or snake bites.

The next time we write will be from Portland. We will be bringing you updates every night while we are at Quilt Market and even a little giveaway, so keep your eyes peeled!

Talk to you soon, and thanks for reading!

Since there hasn't been much Emma activity here lately...

12 comments:

Rebekah said...

How fun! I wish I could go! I am dying to see Heather Baily's new fabric line. :) I will be awaiting your next post! :) Have Fun!

Jodie said...

I can not wait to see your photos from market. You must be like a kid in a candy store when you are their, so exciting. Oh and cute photo of your little one.

Vicky said...

Awwww, she's precious!!

Have a grand time at Market! I'll be watching for all the new stuff! I get so excited about Market, and I don't even go! LOL

Janet said...

Oh Girls… I live in Portland and it is killing me I can’t go in and see all the wonderful things you are going to see…. I so wish the quilt market was open to the public. I will be checking your blog daily for a sneak peek.
Enjoy and have a great time!

Katie said...

Sounds like fun! I'll be looking forward to your posts...Katie

Pat said...

This is my first time on a blog, what fun! I agree with Janet, I wish Market was open to the public.
Hugs everyone!

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

I tried to leave a comment on your giveaway from Oregon but it wouldn't accept it!!! Anyway it looked like fun and chaos rolled into one.

benbel said...

Can't wait to see what's next!

Perry said...

Good grief! This child is getting older by the second! Cute bear to go with Sweet Emma!

Ruth said...

How exciting. Would have loved to have been there.

Three Sisters is my favorite. I did Chocolat Texas Mud Pie and Shangri-la quilts.

Ruth said...

How exciting. Would have loved to have been there.

Three Sisters is my favorite. I did the Chocolat Texas Mud Pie quilt and did the Rosebud Lane in Shangri-la if you can imagine that!

elsie said...

Hello ladies,
I know you have had an exciting few days. Thanks for shairing with us all. Now get some rest and a safe trip home. We will be looking forward to all your great finds.
Thanks again,
Elsie in Phila.