Today was a crazy day, but I had already made plans to go to Preview Night at the Houston International Quilt Festival with my niece, and my sister, who is in town this week especially to attend the event. I hadn’t been for two years, and it felt like it was time to go again. I’m hoping to get some new ideas and new inspiration.
The fact is all three of us didn’t have much stamina tonight and about an hour browsing through the main quilt exhibit area and a run through a couple of rows of the merchants’ booths was enough. All three of us complained that our “dogs were barking” after walking around on the hard floors of the George R. Brown Convention Center.
It’s really a great show, especially for first-timers, and there are people who come from everywhere. There were lots of quilts from Japan and other countries. This year there was even a special section of quilts from Russia.
Because Preview Night only lasts three hours, when I bought my ticket, I got a free one for another day. I hope I can go back, but the rest of this week probably will probably prove to be no less hectic than the first three days, so if I have the time, I’ll try to go back. The show runs through Sunday, October 18th.
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