(I wrote this last week, but I didn’t post it)
I just came back from a great two day trip to the Shelbourne Museum
in Vermont. We went for and saw the famous Dear Jane quilt and were suitably impressed with it in person.
Dear Jane Quilt
Of course, what is a quilt trip without going to quilt shops. We went to Woodstock Quilt Supply and had Bob all to ourselves. It’s a very modern quilt shop with many Kaffe Fasset and Kona Bay fabrics. Tala Quilt Shop in Vermont was another stop and how different this was! Very quaint with overflowing shelves of Reproduction fabrics, Moda and Batiks.
Vermont has a thing about Mooses and they were everywhere. Unfortunately we couldn’t stop to take pictures of all of them, but this is me with the “Covered Bridge Moose”.
Vermont Moose on Quilting Trip
I absolutely love Laura Wasilowski’s song about the tomb of the unkown sewer, so I took a picture of one in front of the Shelbourne museum.
Vermont Sewer (Laura Wasilowski) on Quilting Trip
The group photo is of Claudia, Joyce and Madi in the Tala Quilt Shop. You can see how crowded the shelves are. Glad to be home but already planning our next trip.
Quilting Trip Group Photo