Friday, September 21, 2012

Inspiration evening with Sue Daley


Last year I had the pleasure to meet Sue Daley in person,  I guess you all know that I love her designs and that I am working on several of them. Now she is visiting Norway again and yesterday we met again.


This time she had brought her dautgher on this journey to Norway.  Being blogging friends for several years it is so fun to meet her in person.  I dream about visiting Austalia some day.

First some photos from the shopping area.  Kathrines Quiltestue had so many temptations for us all.


Busy cutting fabric……………for me……..


oh yes I got tempted………….can tell you that as the evening went on, more and more was filled in this paperbag (mine is the one to the right)

Finally Sue started her trunkshow.  She had so many beautiful quilts to show.  Just enjoy the photos.  It is one thing to see the quilts in her book or on her patterns, seeing them for real is another thing.  I have just picked a selection of my favorite quilts to show you here now.




And this is absolutely my favorite. 


I LOVE this basket quilt and guess who is starting to sew this.

I guess you are curious of what was in my paper bag………….LOL
of course I could not resist to buy something with all these temptataions


Sue is recomending this scissor and tracing pencil, so now I am looking forward  to try them.  And I have a plan for these fabrics.


Kathrine is so good putting these fabric packages together.  40 lovely Fat eights.


Of course I had to buy the pattern for my favorite quilt Baskets For You.  And when I saw the Duke Road quilt I just had to buy the pattern for that one too.    Now I have two more of Sue’s quilts to sew.  I am already sewing on Antique Sampler and It Takes two (not to mention all the other patterns that I have not started on yet).  And what about the applecore quilt I started last weekend LOL


But I love her patterns and can’t resist buying them.  The pattern packages comes with paperpieces and cutting templates.  And with the glue pen, correct needles and thread, english paper piecing have become so fun and easy.  

Saying for today:

a friend is worth a thousand stitches SewCalGal


Hanne said...

Thanks for a lovely day :-)

Litamora's Quilt & Design said...

For noen nydelige tepper du har delt bilder av! Har så lyst til å prøve å få sydd et av Sue's tepper snart. Har Pies and tarts, men fikk veldig lyst til å prøve den sampler quilten, og... ja flere av dem! Nydelig pakke med stoffer! Kos deg masse resten av helga :-)

Melody said...

I love your purchases. Thank you so much for sharing the pictures of sue's wonderful quilts.

Susan said...

Your fabrics are gorgeous. Sue' quilts and story are so inspirational - looks like you had fun.

Lynda said...

Such a wonderful time you had with Sue and your friends. Love all the goodies you bought.

Pat from Florida said...

Lovely quilts and lovely shopping. Love her designs too.

Megan said...

May-Britt, I don't think you should be too hard on yourself about your purchases. They are a small cost for what will be many hours of joy and the creation of quilts that will be passed down the generations.
Sydney, Australia

Ulla said...

Love the kits with so many good things in.You are ready to start.Very nice to see lovely quilts.

Ulla said...

Love the kits with so many good things in.You are ready to start.Very nice to see lovely quilts.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

You went to heaven!!!!

Anne-Grethe said...

Tusen takk for at du deler bilder med oss som ikke var der. Herlighet så mange flotte og tidkrevende arbeider. Lykke til med dine prosjekter!

Mona said...

Så mange flotte bilder. Jeg skal til Tønsberg på mandag. Ser at jeg ahr mange gleder i vente.......Ha en super helg.

Little Penpen said...

Lucky you!! What beautiful quilts!!

Karen said...

I have seen Sue's quilts when she has been over here for quilt market - you are right that they are so beautiful in person. I did purchase the antique sampler one after seeing it on your blog. Thanks for the eye candy :).

Hugs - Karen

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