I took a trip to a farm outside of Madras, Oregon to visit a quilter who I so admire. Sandy is an amazing quilter not only in beauty but in the amount she accomplishes. Being a farmer's wife she works hard and moments are not wasted. If she has 15 minutes, she'll applique a piece down. It is not the amount of time one has to quilt, nor the space one has to quilt in...it is the consistency of moments and the love of quilting. She has been quilting since she was 16 years old when she made her first quilt for a 4H project. She calls herself the Moda poster child, as it is her favorite fabric line. Besides quilting, she loves embroidering and collecting antiques. Sandy is a member of the Prineville Morning Guild and the Woolies at QuiltWorks.
Her home is...well, it is HOME. When you walk in you feel the love and caring. Her attention to what she loves in her life are displayed in wonderful groupings of quilts and decor. The view is spectacular and when one thinks of God's Country...I think they must be talking about Sandy's place.
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