Saturday, July 11, 2009

July, 2009

My Quilt Shoppe, owned by Lanna and David Gordich, has moved to 1032C Greenville Hwy, Hendersonville, NC 28792.
www.myquiltshoppe.com It is located in a mini strip mall on 225 south of town en route to Flat Rock. (Yes, that is my car with the Lapquilt license plate pulled up in front) When in the neighborhood do visit Connemara, a National Historic site, and final home of Carl Sandburg. The Flat Rock Playhouse is right next door where you can see a marvelous play and also check out the newly landscaped gardens by the Master Gardeners of Henderson County
















Ah, my Blue Door, "Entering Rest", is now a swinging fixture on the garden path. Plus, the Clematis did very well this year!


















This doll needs a home. Here's the story: a friend is moving; downsizing; this Alexander doll comes with it's own antique trunk and hand made vintage doll clothes. Does anyone know the right museum? Do email me at georgia@georgianbonesteel.com
if you can help. Thank you





3 comments:

Debbie J. said...

Hi Ms. Bonesteel! I didn't realize you had a website and blog. I posted about your Lap Quilting book today on my blog.

Thanks for helping me so much through the years with this book.

I would love for you to see the post.

bud said...

I saw your show on tv about a quilt make individually in pieces and then lapped and sewn together with the edges folded back. There was a reference to a web site. I think I found the site but now I can't find ANYTHING!!! Help Please!!!!!

eliza said...

Help! I don't understand the instruction for making Freehand
string quilt (p.87 Georgia Bonesteel's Lap Quilting 1982)

And for the Alexander Doll, the
Margaret Woodbury Strong Museum in
Rochester, NY would be a perfect place for it.
Thanks,Elizabeth in Prague, CzR