Wednesday, January 22, 2014

A trip to my Local Quilt Shop

 Last week, some friends and I went out for Breakfast, and then onto our local Quilt Shop.
It's a beautiful shop
I know the girl that designs these . . . AMAZING!

 Even the one who makes and teaches these lovely quilts
 It's a very special place linked with special people
 We had a fun morning, and then I came home and made a new top and another dress.  I'm on a roll.

It will all come to a crashing stop and there'll be tears before bedtime next week when I have to return to school, and it will be all books, books, books, oh, and meetings of course!
BLAH

12 comments:

Paula Shaw said...

Yep tears it will be. I am still on Fiji time.

quiltygal said...

Nothing like a Quilt Shop trip with friends... Congratulations on your bravery with the garment sewing, I gave up, its not the patterns it's my body I decided!! I am on holiday this week back to work next weds never enough time is it :)

Thimbleanna said...

It looks like you're having a wonderful and productive school break! You have so many talented quilters in your area, I would think it would be impossible to go into a shop and not see something from someone you know LOL!

Quiltedtime said...

Always fun to visit quilt shops--even if it is only online and half way around the world. You really are on a roll with your garment sewing. So rewarding, that is.

Susan said...

How lucky to have Millrose as your local. It looks like a gorgeous shop. Great sewing. Try not to think about next week until it comes.

clare's craftroom said...

Enjoy the last lovely days of your break.

Frogdancer said...

Less than a week to go. I'm officially in mourning already...

Jenny said...

I am at staff meeting now pretending to take notes but checking your lovely blog! What a rebel I am:) Wish I came with you to that lovely shop. You will be a very well dressed teacher when you go back xx

JB said...

That new dress looks lovely, and comfy.Good on you for making yourself a treat. Flushed with my couch cushion success, I am about to attempt new covers for the fold up out door chairs, just need a few hot days and it will be done.I won't have to wait too long there's a 42 on the way, won't put the machine away until after this next heat wave.

Jan said...

You were such a busy bee after breakfast, Annie - I came home and had a snooze! Wasn't is a lovely outing; my girl enjoyed it too. Sorry we missed you today (and sorry for the reason we missed you!)

Marlene said...

Quilts look great
Sewing better All the best back at school

Judy Adamson said...

What beautiful quilts!