I've owned my quilt shop since 1990, specializing in antique reproduction fabrics. Made my first quilt in 1976 which greatly reduced my sewing of clothing! Would like to find more time to SEW.......maybe when I retire? Am married to a farmer, have 3 children and 4 grandchildren who are the light of my life!!! And now there are 3 great-grandchildren and another due in January 2019!
Photos of my booth at the quilt show this past weekend. Lots of Jo Morton quilts as well as a trunk show from Annemarie Yohnk of "Quilts Remembered"....aren't they just darling? See the little wood crates on the tables in the first photo........I bring hundreds of 1/2 yard cuts, baskets of fat quarters, and crates of books to tempt quilters....not much for gadgets tho!
Just when I thought I might run out of fabric (LOL), more has been delivered!! This is the new "Sweet Emilie" line by Jo Morton and it has a marvelously vintage appeal.....thought I would have time to make a Club 10 little quilt with it this week since the Bridgton, Maine Chickadee Quilt Show is behind me, but it hasn't happened!! Paperwork and getting quilts sleeved for the Maine Quilt Show Antique Exhibit the last weekend of the month has taken much of my time! Have a look at Jo's new fabric ......did a quick count and I have 526 bolts of Jo fabrics!! New books from Quiltmania are in too! Along with "History Repeated" by Betsy Chutchian and her friend.......And Betsy's fabric line "Crossroads to Texas" arrived too........love the cheater fabric! One of these days I take photos of all my cheater fabrics to post here....must have 8 or 10.