Quilt Show is Over!
Thank the Lord. The weather was awful the first day, and cold the second day. There is a TON of work that goes into one of these shows...I'm glad it's only once a year. At the same time it is very motivating! It is simply amazing what some women (and men) can create with with a little fabric and thread!
Emma received a blue ribbon on her quilt, this was her first quilt. I was happy for her. I'll try to post that later. I received a second place ribbon on a throw I made, it was in the Novelty category.
Olivia and Emma basically ran our own vender's booth. They gave out free samples of hot cider and pumpkin bread, which were perfect for a cold, wet day!
We sold a few items that we made such as these Clove Scented Rice Packs. You pop them in the microwave for 3 minutes and then apply to your ache or warm up your cold feet! :o)
These are handy pincushions we made with a bag to put your scraps and threads in. We have one at the ironing board, one at our cutting board and one at the sewing machines. I love them!
Here is a doll I crocheted to put in our county fair, she won first place, but no one wanted to buy her :o(...Olivia is hoping I let her adopt her! :o)
and the hot cider mix!!!