This weekend, we are one of the vendors at the quilt show in Washington, NC. It's the guild that I joined in 1985 when I began to learn to quilt. I owe them so much!
Once we've unpacked and set up, the fun begins. Every show is different and every booth is different. This is our set-up this time. When the booth is ready, it's one big party. There are so many wonderful things to see and so many quilting friends to visit with.
One very special quilt on display is the one created by the host guild, the Pamlico River Quilters Guild, to commemorate the TRICENTENNIAL (that's 300 years, folks) of Beaufort County, NC. It was presented to a county commissioner and the chairman of the tricentennial committee at the start of the show.
I'll snap some pictures of ribbon winners tomorrow and report again.