Here my quilt is, in fully glory, hanging out there where several hundred people saw!
I did put a price tag of $175 on it, but no bites. :P That's ok, my husband really likes it, so I don't mind that I still have it.
I think the highlight of my day was when I saw one couple looking at my quilt, pointing at it, talking about it... yeah! :D In all honesty, they were probably trying to figure out how the quilt was pieced, but I don't care, they looked! Can you tell that this is my first quilt in a show? :)
The two other quilts that I put in the show are my great-great-grandmother's quilts.
The quilt show had a whole section on antiques. I have to say, I was surprised at how white and crisp mine are, compare to some of the others. I'm just glad they're in great condition, I want to enjoy them for many more years. :)
And nope, they didn't have a price tag on them. Or if they did, it'd be something like a million dollars. I ain't giving away these quilts! :P
This quilt at the show really caught my eye - great stashbusting!
But if she's like every other quilter I know of, she probably still has enough scraps to make 10 more just like that one! ;)
And just cuz I like dogs, I had to take a picture of this one. :)
The squares were about 2" each.
And now I think I finally have caught up! February just has been too hectic. My goal for March is to post every day. Think I can do it? ;) I already have another project lined up, so there'll be plenty of quilty material ahead. Oops. Bad pun. :P