“Gallimaufry” is here!
Being asked to have a quilt as cover art on a CD is so exciting.
I’ve enjoyed the process from thinking this was a joke to having “Gallimaufry” here in my hands and sharing it with friends.
When I started “Twilight in the Bronx” this quilt felt adventuresome for me. Perhaps because it’s so out of my norm that I felt this quilt has a life of it’s own outside of me and I get to be the participant in its journey.
These bits are where I said “what if I did this” and “what if I changed the color here” and “what if”.
This kind of “what if” thinking was so much fun.
I’m also very, very grateful to Sandra who said to me the first time she saw the quilt, “Teri, you’re hiding your quilting”.
I had the opportunity to listen and let this quilt go in a different direction.
Having the quilt win a 2nd place ribbon at the Dutchess Heritage Celebration.
Developing an advanced machine quilting class and having the opportunity to have the immense pleasure of having my students settle into machine quilting where they just relax and start quilting.
In fact one of my students just shared that with me last night and I get so giddy when they share this experience with me. This is a gift that I will cherish.
The music on here is quite delightful. Head on over to Generation Jones myspace page and take a look at whats on here.
My sweetie did the quilt photography and is credited in the notes on the back cover. How cool is that!
PS – if you’re interested in the CD it can be purchased through Generation Jones myspace page. It’s $15 plus shipping.