Friday I went to the Willamette Valley Quilt Show with three very talented ladies. It was a small quilt show because it was the first one Willamette Valley has sponsored. There were some beauties even so.
Elephants seemed popular.
Judy Niemeyer Quilts were as always popular.
Some of the more original ones I appreciate.
Google+ offered me this video of photos I took of these quilts. https://photos.app.goo.gl/mK1wsPt2T9RMxtZX2
With these quilts in mind, I’m hoping to get my dog quilt judged next summer. Thus the name of this blog post. There’s a limit to aiming for perfection, at least there is for me. However its hard when you’re whole focus is on one small area in a quilt. I ripped so much small stippling out yesterday that my hand was aching last night. I still have to settle for less than what I wish it were. Perfection is actually impossible and I know it. Still, I want to excel. AHHHHH!!!
I am liking the motifs I came up with though.
Well, got to run. My knitting group meets at 1:30 on Monday. I’ve got a new “student” whom I’m teaching to crochet. If there are mistakes in this post I don’t have time to reread again. Perfection loses again to the realities of life.