Sunday, July 15, 2018

Today I will attempt to bring you a picture.....of the Daily Bird in Tennessee. TN

Julie Sefton, who lives in TN, is teaching Lynne Tyler's Liberated Bird Class in MO ….

get this …..❤and she has my Daily Bird Quilt with her!

I am so freaking excited about that.

Let me find the photos she sent but let me give you this click to her blog so you can see her class.  I wanted to fly down and take it myself.  Just to play around with the Big Dogs, you know.  But this medication has me so messed up, I literally can't think straight.  I almost think the headaches would be better.

Well, there might not be pictures on this blog. Luckily, there are pictures on Julie's wonderful blog. Me and My Quilts.

The Daily Bird on Julie' Blog 

And her class starts:  The Fun Begins

I can't wait to see the class birds!  they are always so fun and different.  And their stories could fill a book! LOL,  Yep, they all have stories too!  Funny how that happens.

Maybe I need to teach one down here and get some Southern Bird Stories.

Well, I am giving up on getting a picture to you right now.  Photoshop Elements has to download some sort of update, Photoshop Organizer can't find any photos and wont let me go get them, the blog won't upload the photos till they have been changed to 640 from the large that I shoot.  I need to remember to shoot the ones around here on 640, which is a Medium setting on this camera

I can't put a picture on my blog---but I can do this πŸ’€πŸ’πŸ’₯πŸ˜–πŸˆπŸ§πŸ£πŸΆπŸŽΈπŸ’―ι§ι€ι’ι¨

Go figure.  Although those last four are pretty neat for a quilt.  They look like buildings or science experiments.

I am seriously thinking about taking the old computer to Tim, having him dump everything except my blog and my photo files and I will be perfectly happy working with just that forever...…..

Just go see Julie's blog, she has lots of nice photos...…..


  1. I think I need to come to BR and save you!

  2. Sounds like it may be Tim time. I have an unfair advantage in that I worked with computers for years, but Windows 10 was still a pain for me.

  3. Oh, Glen - you would have had so much fun in the class. And yes, I think you SHOULD try teaching the birds in Louisiana (hopefully Lynne agrees). The Missouri ladies LOVED your birds (but they all want to know why you added the big white rectangle in the backing of the quilt) - they thought those funny little birds on yellow were PERFECT for the back and they thought your HSTs for setting were a super idea.

  4. What fun to work collaboratively. I wish you’d gone, too.

  5. The pictures of your bird quilt are wonderful. I am sure all the ladies at the class will be inspired by your quilt. I hate computer issues.


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