Monday, May 6, 2013


What a beautiful exhibit at the Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Art.  Legacy and Lace has wonderful old wedding dresses and pieces of hand made lace(truly a lost art).  The beautiful bride on the right in the top photo is my mom, Kathryn Ariagno.  I used to tease her that the Cala Lily stems were loner than she was tall.  Of course when it was my turn to marry, I carried Cala Lillies too (sans stems).  I don't know who the bride on the left is, but hanging next to the photo is her pink silk dress.  More bits of lace can been seen through out the display.  I am so lucky to have my studio in the Farm House Galley on the  museum grounds.
This week is speed punchin...I'm getting ready for the first SUNDAYS AT SANDWICH antique & folk art show.  Check out their web site for details  There will be 200 dealers there as well as folk artists.  Keep on punchin.

1 comment:

  1. Nancee...what a wonderful exhibit! I love things like this...old photos and the actual artifacts. Lovely photo of your mom...calla lilies are so very elegant. How I would love to visit Sundays in Sandwich...sounds wonderful!