Friday, March 30, 2007

Wedding Wire Reviews

I've started advertising on WeddingWire.com and have been promised that having lots of good reviews will help me claw my way to the top of the search results. If I have made something wonderful for you, would you please let them know by clicking the button to the right (scroll down to just under "About Me") and writing a quick review? Once you get there, they'll ask you what service I provided; the answer is "Other unique service."

Thank you so much! My cyberlife and I thank you!

-Kay

Washington Bridal Showcase




My faithful assistant and husband, James, and I attended the Washington Bridal Showcase expo at the Patriot Center last weekend. We met a whole host of wonderful brides, parents, and other vendors. Here are some photos as proof of our presence, lest we need an alibi for that time and date.

Bat Mitzvah Quilt



Here are some photos of my most recent creation: a wall-hanging gift for a girl having her Bat Mitzvah. We managed to include all of her interests: friends, cell phones, softball, basketball, and wheaten terriers. And I had to add silver thread and some beads and sequins, because she is a 13-year-old girl, after all! We've all been there.

Friday, March 23, 2007

Miniature Huppa Display



I'm proud to virtually unveil my new miniature huppa display. It features a square canopy on wooden poles (frame provided by my talented wood-working father, David T. Bailey). This particular huppa has a cloud motif, with reverse-applique clouds that are nothing but a layer of tule that you can see right through. The sides of the huppa are embroidered with: "Rachel Green and Ross Geller," "I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine," and the date. This is a sample, obviously, as Ross and Rachel never did get married, as far as I know.


Inside are the tiniest miniature bride and groom ever, standing in for Ross and Rachel. Pretend like they're bigger. Huppa frames are on average 7 feet tall; they don't usually dwarf people like this. Unless you start out with really small people.


Kay

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Free Washington Bridal Showcase Tickets

Calling all brides: I have 8 free tickets to the Washington Bridal Showcase event this Sunday, March 25 at the Patriot Center in Fairfax, Virginia. Tickets will be $7 at the door.

This is the largest bridal show in the DC area, with zillions of wedding vendors of all stripes, just waiting to give you free samples of things and show you their wares. I can promise free magnets, the best brochures ever made, and a chance to rub your face on some sample wedding quilts. To claim your free ticket(s), email me at kay@FiberOfHerBeing.com. For more information on the expo, see www.BridalShowcase.com.

-Kay

Friday, March 16, 2007

Still More New Artwork




More New Artwork





New Artwork




Hi, gang,


I wanted to share some pictures of some of my recent artwork. These will make it to my regular website some day.