Look what I have…
by Stephanie Dunphy
I’ve read this book cover-to-cover
three a few times and have already chosen two bags that I will
make. I won’t get started on the quilts…yet
In my last post, just over TWO weeks ago, I mentioned a quilt
show. This is a small show that our local quilt guild hosts every other year. The guild name is Port Saint Lucie Crazy Quilters…I know a couple of them and can see where they get their name J (because they are Crazy Fun!!)
Since we always seem to take a gazillion (is that even a real word?) pictures, I split my recap into two posts. Today I’ll share photos of a few vendor booths and later I’ll show you some of the amazing quilts our locals created.
I’ll start with my two favorite Sweethearts…
They own Laura’s Sewing in Port Saint Lucie and in North Palm Beach. Dave and Laura are our local Brother dealer…now you know why I love them. I purchased my Quattro 3 from them back in December and they have been wonderful with their unlimited training, not only on how to use all of the machine’s features but also how to care for the machine.
Who doesn't love a beach umbrella and flip flops?
Free motion quilting demo
Even more wool (which is different for south Florida)
Kits for small quilts
Not a rag quilt...this was a product you attach to the seams
It ravels in the laundry
I love this Christmas Tree kit
Kits with templates for making cathedral window blocks
Always a Special
Eleanor made an appearance
So what did I bring home?
A Sweet Heart Quilt
I can see this hanging on the wall next February 14th
My first wool projects
Kits for small candle mats
One for July 4th, one for Halloween, one for Thanksgiving
and one for Christmas
And these needles because the candle mat vendor
told me I needed them :)
I think I demonstrated great restraint, don't you?
Have yourself a blessed week and don't forget to stop by Stephanie's. Tell her I said Hi!