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Sorry for the delay, and it’s been a while, but here are more stuff from our Vermont Quilting Trip!
Our group in Woodstock where we all picked up some very cool fabric.
One of the many covered bridges in Vermont.
A quilt show in a trunk. This is the background story: while at the Shelburne, Madi became friendly with a perfect stranger who also happened to be a quilter! She took us to see the covered bridge and than showed us the quilts she had in her trunk because she was having a one woman show!
One of the beautiful quilts at the “Covered Bridge Show”
(I wrote this last week, but I didn’t post it)
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”.
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.
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.
At the store, we started a Dear Jane class. Although we had only six people register, we all became dedicated Janiacs, and we are enjoying every minute of it. I, in particular, took off with those little cute blocks and I am making, or trying to make, two of each in different colorways to make them the same but to look different.
I’ve made quite a few but not nearly all of them. Anywho, we dicided that it would be fun for all of us to go to the Shelburne Museum to see Dear Jane up close and personal. A two day trip to Vermont in the Fall would be fun anyway.
Tell you all a bout it when I get back!