The Frieda and Laura Show

It’s hard to explain what happens when a camera is pointed at me.
But if you watch this video of me and Frieda Anderson you will see that a camera triggers an instant display of my ham qualities. This was posted by Ritzy, one of my Quilt Show blogger friends.
Please join me in singing the famous Frieda the Fast Free Fuser song, while Frieda does an interpretive dance.



The Frieda and Laura Show

It’s hard to explain what happens when a camera is pointed at me.
But if you watch this video of me and Frieda Anderson you will see that a camera triggers an instant display of my ham qualities. This was posted by Ritzy, one of my Quilt Show blogger friends.
Please join me in singing the famous Frieda the Fast Free Fuser song, while Frieda does an interpretive dance.

Ladies, Start Your Rolling Pins!
The season for baking has begun and I am right in the thick of it. On November 20, 2008 I made cranberry bread. This unusual and rare event will go down in history.
Actually, my daughter Louise (who just graduated from nursing school!) is the baker in the family. My mom was quite the baker too. This quilt above is called “Penelope’s Art: A Tribute to My Mother’s Cinnamon Rolls” and was made in her honor.
I guess the baking gene skips a generation.

Ladies, Start Your Rolling Pins!
The season for baking has begun and I am right in the thick of it. On November 20, 2008 I made cranberry bread. This unusual and rare event will go down in history.
Actually, my daughter Louise (who just graduated from nursing school!) is the baker in the family. My mom was quite the baker too. This quilt above is called “Penelope’s Art: A Tribute to My Mother’s Cinnamon Rolls” and was made in her honor.
I guess the baking gene skips a generation.

Caution: Sewer at Work!
It is so wonderful to be back in my studio again making art work. Traveling, teaching, vending, and dyeing have all conspired to keep me away from what I love to do….CREATE!
(It only took 2 days to dig the studio out from under all the junk I’ve piled on all the tables.)
And ever conscious of safety, the local highway department has informed my neighborhood that I am once again operating machinery.

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Caution: Sewer at Work!
It is so wonderful to be back in my studio again making art work. Traveling, teaching, vending, and dyeing have all conspired to keep me away from what I love to do….CREATE!
(It only took 2 days to dig the studio out from under all the junk I’ve piled on all the tables.)
And ever conscious of safety, the local highway department has informed my neighborhood that I am once again operating machinery.

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