I've recorded a new episode of the History Quilter Podcast.
I've been very busy the last four months TEACHING!
I'm now an AP World History teacher and I love it.
So if you want to hear more about it, go take a listen to my latest episode.
Below are photos of my classroom, the Heath Ceramics Casserole Dish that broke during Thanksgiving dinner prep, and my latest quilt top finish.
|My own classroom
|My classroom has east facing windows. Blinds don't work on three of the six windows.
|I made curtains! Of course they are made with quilting fabric.
|I put a quilt block in both door windows because I can. :)
|Absolutely ecstatic the day I took my yearbook photo. Best yearbook photo I've ever taken.
|I've done a little decorating.
|A student gifted me a tree for the holidays. So sweet. :)
|Thanksgiving: The blue casserole dish I talked about regarding the break all the way around. Btw the turkey gravy in the foreground was the bomb.
|Just finished! Buona Fortuna quilt top. 43" x 53"
|Buona Fortuna made with Va Bene and Kona fabrics.
Until next time, Ciao!