Another full day for us here in Sew'n Wild Oaks Country. Quilt Sue and I were up at the crack of dawn and started getting ready for our day at Quilting in the Garden.
Sue had her PICK FOUR book signing today in her booth right next to the In Between Stitches booth.
Words cannot describe the beauty of the quilts suspended from the old oak trees, so I'm not going to stop talking, and just let you scroll through the pictures.
Sandy Klop was the featured artist this year, and some of the quilts in the collage were made by Sandy. She displayed 100, yes 100 of her quilts! Can you spot the Country Charmer and Buttonwood made by my friend Barbara in the collage?
Today we are headed back to the quilt show for another look-see, then we are off to the car show in downtown Livermore. Blocks of the downtown area are closed to traffic to make room for over 700 cars dating prior to 1974. Quilt Sue will be living the American Graffiti movie today. Poodle skirts and saddle shoes anyone? (We had to explain to her what a poodle skirt and saddle shoes look like.) More fun is on the agenda for us today. News of our day will be posted tomorrow.