This week I went on a fun trip to Prairie Queens in San Jose to move quilts around again. Here's Buttonwood on display.
Here's Party in the Garden on display.
Last, but not least here is Winterset on display. I have my quilts on a rotation schedule around California and Nevada. Like I said before, keeping track of the quilts is like herding cats.
April, the shop's manager made a Country Charmer quilt from pink and green fabrics. So pretty!
This is what you see when you walk in the front door of Prairie Queens. This shop is extremely inviting. My granddaughter and I had fun looking at all of the quilts and the fabrics.
This quilt, Provence & Beyond stopped me in my tracks. It's gorgeous. April made the quilt and Debbie, the shop's owner, masterfully quilted this beauty.
They have kits.....available by clicking HERE. Do you know how tempted I was to buy one of these kits and take it home with me?
The fabrics are yummy.
This would be a great summer project. I think I'm talking myself into making this quilt.
Harleigh also loves to draw and she takes her sketch book with her wherever she goes. She worked on this drawing one afternoon. I'm starting her on the long-arm next week to see if she can do some "thread painting" and bring her drawing to life on a quilt block. I've always said, "If you can't draw it, you can't quilt it." She can draw it....and she's only 12!