Sunday, October 21, 2007

HeartStrings Sew-in

We had a great time yesterday and got a lot done. I'll be posting photos later today but for now here's one of the Pink top I assembled. These are the blocks Mom and I pieced a couple weeks ago when I was in VA. It's taken outside the small church in Kasson MN where we met.

Sheree did a wonderful job of making the arrangements and acting as hostess for the sew-in. I have really appreciated the efforts of Sue, Kathy & Rhonda, and Sheree to arrange these get-togethers for the MN/WI area quilters who are a part of HeartStrings.

Thanks to everyone who commented on my previous post. I know everyone is probably tired of hearing about copyright but issues continue to flare up and I was curious how others feel. I just wish there were some guidelines available regarding copyright as it relates to quilting and the internet.


Anonymous said...

What a pretty string quilt ..... you guys have such fun. Only wish I lived closer or owned a private aircraft.

Vicki W said...

I don't even like pink and that's a pretty quilt!

Pat said...

Beautiful quilt!

Your photos are always so wonderful and this one is no exception!

meggie said...

What a gorgeous pink quilt! I would love it.
unfortunately I dont know that there is much that can be done about unscrupulous thieves on the net. It is a sad fact there will always be dishonesty.

Laurie said...

WOW went to Kasson for the string quilt sit in! How cool...that's a quaint old town! Not too far from my hometown of Rochester...a bit west! Sounds like you had a great time!
laurie the pink quilt

Deborah Levy said...

Looks good! great work for a good cause.

Saska said...

I'm not a pink fan, but I like that one. You always show pretty quilts!

About the copyright (I'm slow I know), I still belive that if I buy the pattern I have the right to show it online or in a quilt show.

It's a touchy subject and always will be.

But---it's no different than computer programs. How many of us have more than one computer but we'll put that software program on each one of them. That's not right either--but we still do it! There's no right/wrong answer. There will always be a gray-area.