Today I will show pictures of my area at the Georgetown show. Tomorrow I will post all of the pictures that I took of the quilts made by the Needle Nellies.
Here's one half of my booth right after we finished setting up. I could have used one of those panoramic cameras to get a good view of the inside of the kiosk.
|Nostalgic Christmas, Party in the Garden, Toyland Tree, Country Charmer and The House on Edgewood Lane|
I had fourteen quilts displayed around the inside of the kiosk. I've never had the opportunity to view all of my quilts hanging together in one spot. A real first. I actually climbed up on the play structure to get this picture.
October Magic was right on the table so people could really see all of the details, from the witches' feet under the house, to the ghost coming out of the chimney,
I took up two of my toolboxes and used them to display layer cakes and fat quarters.
Mr. Joe came up with the idea to use this little lattice work to display patterns. Throughout the day, Gail and I kept restocking.....now that was fun trying to stay on top of that!
I took as many pictures as I could while we were setting up. Once the show started at 10am, forget it.....we never left our chairs. We had a line purchasing my patterns and quilting supplies.
|Madrigal, Heartfire, The House on Edgewood Lane, Nostalgic Christmas and Party in the Garden|
Mr. Joe made five stands for the mittens and all five sold.....even my display model.
|The House on Edgewood Lane, Madrigal and Winter's Warmth|
|Toyland, Gail and Country Charmer|
|Madrigal, Heartfire and The House on Edgewood Lane|
We were lucky to have Patty, the owner of Cabin Fever Quilt Designs, as our kiosk mate. Patty makes and sells beautiful hand-dyed wool and silk. The colors were incredible!
|Buttonwood, Heartfire, Madrigal and another Heartfire|
Thank you again to all of the Needle Nellies for inviting me to your show. Gail and I have many happy memories of the time we spent with you in your lovely, little town.
I'm off to the shop today to teach October Magic. What was I thinking, scheduling a class so soon after the show??? The girls are going to have to keep me on my toes!
P.S. A shout out to Lynette W. It was so nice meeting you at the shop yesterday. Thank you for driving all the way from Woodland.
P.S.S. A triple shout out to Nancy and her family that came to the show from Idaho! They were on their way to California to see their daughter in Sacramento, and took a detour to Georgetown. It is so much fun to meet the people that read my blog. Now I can put faces to comments and emails.