I have very exciting news regarding our Nifty Fifty One Breast Cancer Awareness Quilts.
I have been contacted by the Michigan State University Museum!! They have offered a permanent home for one of our Breast Cancer Quilts. They have written about our Breast Cancer quilt on their Quilts and Health Blog.
I will be mailing the quilt to Michigan this week so it arrives in time for them to photograph it for their upcoming Quilters Newsletter Magazine. The Museum plans on using our quilt to continue to bring awareness to breast cancer.
We are very excited about the Museum’s request and look forward to seeing updates regarding our quilt at their Museum. We will keep you posted on any new news regarding our Breast Cancer quilt on my blog or you can follow their blog at http://quiltsandhealth.wordpress.com/2011/08/05/nifty-fifty-quilters-of-america/
And those of you living near the Michigan State University Museum will able to visit our quilt in person!!!
We would like to thank the Museum for taking an interest in our quilt and to continue to use it as our groups have in the past to bring more awareness to Breast Cancer.
It has been quite some time since I have posted on my blog or even quilted. We have been busy getting work done on our house. Now that all of our children are on their way with either jobs or college we decided to take the plunge!!! In the Spring after completing our Nifty Fifty 29 Butterfly Swap all my quilting was put aside and paint brushes and estimates took over my life.
We installed a new kitchen and Brazilian Cherry hardwood flooring. It took a lot of time getting estimates, selling our furniture, shopping for new furniture and putting a fresh coat of paint on our walls.
It was very refreshing to find some hardworking and honest contractors through our endeavor. I was so impressed with Larry who is the owner of The Home Team Flooring. Larry installed our hardwood flooring and did an excellent job. He even did our stairs for a reasonable price!! He does not take advantage of the consumer and offered all our wood flooring at the wholesale price. He only charged us for labor. I was so impressed that I helped him put up a website starting with a great Review Page so other consumers could find a top quality honest businessman.
Here a a couple of photos of our new Brazilian Cherry Floors.
The only problem with getting such beautiful flooring installed is now our fireplace looks drab and old. Does anyone know a great way to spruce up brick? I was thinking of maybe staining it but this is uncharted territory for me and I do not want to mess it up. Any suggestions out there?
Bona Hardwood Floor Cleaner Spray, 32-Ounce
BonaKemi WM710013358 4-Piece Hardwood Floor-Care System