Monday, March 2, 2015

First Empty Nesters' Cruise - Part 4 and Finale

Part 1 here
Part 2 here
Part 3 here

This post will wrap up the Stepping Stones Quilt Guild quilt show in Nassau, Bahamas.

I previously mentioned that this quilt show was held in the hall of a very old church.  As you can tell from the photos, lighting was not good at all.  It was dark on the brightest side of the room and the area where the smaller quilts were displayed was even darker.  I did the best I could editing the photos.

Not a quilt to cuddle under

Actual driftwood attached

I saved my favorite for last...

It took us quite a while to get through the show but we both enjoyed it very much, especially meeting the nice ladies from Stepping Stones Quilt Guild.

We made our way back to the ship for refreshments and a little music poolside.

My favorite little lighthouse on the way out.

Thank you for allowing me to share our mini-vacation and quilt show experience.


tink's mom said...

One lovelier than the next. I too enjoyed your vacation. Thanks for the treat.

Stephanie said...

Wow, what gorgeous quilts! There is so much talent out there and I always admire those that can quilt :) I will have to check out your prvious posts, dear Jeanna. Happy Monday to you! Hugs!

Needled Mom said...

I LOVE those bags!!! The driftwood quilt is really interesting too, but definitely not one to cuddle under. ;-)

It sounds like it was a fabulous trip.

Candace said...

Wow - so many wonderful quilts for such a small place! Thanks for sharing, Jeanna!

Linda H said...

Wow- all lovely quilts! Quite a variety - the driftwood one was interesting - it would look great on a wall. Sounds like a wonderful vacation!!

Mary Ann said...

Thanks for taking me to a quilt show in the Bahamas............enjoyed all the photos......