Our lives are like quilts – bits and pieces, joy and sorrow,
stitched with love.
Time to catch up with blogging!Was that 20 meters of fabric that you brought back with you? 115cm wide that is ? sqare meters of fabric!!Love the photo's. I think they set them up well so the puplic can ejoy them and take pictures!How many quilts?Loved the pear quilt!How many ideas did you bring back with you?Joanne
Hoi SaskiaHet duurde even voordat de foto's tevoorschijn kwamen en om ze te bekijken maar het was de moeite waard. Wat zullen jullie genoten hebben want in het echt is het allemaal nog veel mooier natuurlijk.GroetjesElly
I love those quilts. The scalloped edges are so neat on some of them. I love the one of the lady. Wow, that is some great work. Thanks for sharing your trip.Nancy
Oh how I love the old fashioned traditional quilts. I enjoyed seeing them through your photos. I talked to you both yesterday so I know you both had a wonderful time. Did you forgot something yesterday????? It is okay, so did your mother but she took your bag home and is now coming here to pick up her flowers. LOL!Hugs en groetjes ~Heidi
I'm going to be happy today, Though the skies may be cloudy and grayNo matter what may come my way I'm going to be happy today. - Ella Wheeler Wilcox (1850-1919)Thank you for leaving a commentI love to hear from you, it makes me happy!ps; If you have no-reply I can't thank you personal for your comment. But I hope you know I do like every thoughtful comment.
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