Today I ventured over to Samford for their annual group Quilt Show. Inititially, I was a little disappointed as there seemed to be a lot less on display and no quilt challange to be in awe of. Still, I found lots to photograph for you. Maybe you better grab a cuppa!
Dianne Johnston design. It is needleturned which was a first for the quiltmaker. She did a beautiful job and I gave this quilt my viewers choice vote.
There were lots of lovely bright and cheery quilts which I loved.
The Quilters Corner.
I especially loved the houses and the birds on a wire.
Had enough yet.....? I am going to take pity on you and put the rest in a collage.
I didn't walk past the sales tables with my wallet unscathed and picked up some lovely London themed fabrics and another pack of fat 1/4s. They were really expensive, but that is why I slave away at a computer 3 days a week! I also found a couple of moda charm packs at a reasonable price and a cute panel of sewing haberdashery items.
All in all, it was a lovely morning out and I met up with some people I know from here and there. It always amazes me that Samford is only a 20 minute drive from my house but it has such a lovely rural feel to it. I took this photo of the Samford Valley from the road home. The village is nestled in there somewhere.
Hope you are all enjoying your weekend!