Sunday, February 5, 2017

Mini Quilt Show

Hello Everyone,
Here are a few pictures of just a few of the many quilts at the Folsom Quilt and Fiber Show.  Today is the last day of the show so get here while the gettins' good!
The show started with an opening tribute to our Veteran's.  The tears were flowing.

I'll post more pictures tomorrow of the quilts made by the talented guild members.

These are all pot holders on display.  This quilter has made over 1,800 potholders.  Most of which were donated.

This has been the best show EVER for me!  My booth location, the number of attendees, the fact that I'm new to the area all played a roll in my success at the show.  Not to mention my sister Gail, my accountant, who hasn't been skimming from the proceeds!    LOL!

We have met so many wonderful people over the past three days, all so warm, and welcoming.  Many blog readers have introduced themselves which is so much fun for me.  We've visited with lots of our friends and made many new ones. 

We will pack up this afternoon, and head for home with many happy memories.



  1. What wonderful eye candy. I wonder if the potholder lady ever thought of stitching them together to make a potholder quilt. It surely is a fun way to make a quilt. Love all of these! Thanks for sharing.

  2. What a fabulous show! So many talented quilters! I'm so glad to hear the show was a huge success, Lynn! You deserve it! A big shout out to everyone who helped, too! Don't know about you, but I think Mr. Joe and Mr. Squash for what he's done here, deserve a nice, fun cruise! What do you think?