While on our recent trailer trip, I took along some handiwork to keep me busy when the weather didn’t cooperate for out-of-doors relaxing.
I finished the binding on the following two projects:
A table runner for the trailer – using fabrics given to me by my sister-in-law (thanks, L – these are wonderful fabrics and there’s more for another project sometime soon):
A lap quilt/wall-hanging (not sure how I want to use this, or if I’ll give it away), scrappy, using the patterns from a Mystery Bible quilt that’s been sitting in my binder for a number of years:
We stopped at a few quilt shops along the way:
Near Lone Butte:
At Oliver, Miss Molly’s has changed hands and is now Heather’s Threadz – we were there on opening day:
In Grand Forks, we found three
None of the owners was too keen on having pictures taken inside, but trust me – they all had wonderful quilts on display, and fabric candy sufficient to satisfy any quilter’s appetite.
We got to Wine Country Quilts after my camera quit working – it’s just north of Oliver, and a great place to visit and watch the long-arm at work!
My purchases were modest:
Happy quilting. Blessings, Peg