One of the things I was looking for was a demo of the coming EQ for Macs. Unfortunately, it simply wasn't ready for a demo yet, but this sign gave me hope!
There was a terrific lecture by Barb Vlack, an EQ and math guru, on the use of the Fibonacci sequence in determining quilt borders. I'm so glad I attended that one! She's a wonderful speaker, using humor and a wealth of expertise to explain her ideas.
Susan Cleveland gave a little talk/demo on how to use one of her tools to make Dresden plate blocks. I really hadn't ever thought I'd do a Dresden plate quilt, but her hints and tips made me rethink that, so it's now on my list, along with a couple of other ideas.
My quilt buddy and I stayed at the Embassy Suites for the first time this year; we'd stayed at the Doubletree previously. This was a good move for us, as it's much more conveniently located and has a few included perks we've had to forego in the past. We'll do that again next time.
My flight home last night had absolutely no empty seats, but I plugged in my earphones and listened to music and podcasts until we landed. I'm unpacked now, but I still have lots to organize and find homes for — all worth it!
Where are the photos, you ask? I really didn't take any to speak of. I've taken boatloads of photos there in the past, look at them once and then never looked again. So this time I simply enjoyed the looking and didn't worry about the photos. You can find dozens of them via a Google search online, if you want to look. :)