There is always something well worth the trip there and this was what I voted for as my Best In Show. I apologise for the quality of these photographs as I used my new phone and it has been a trial and a half to get them published, need to read the instructions!!! Need more practice!!
This is the lovely maker of this fabulous hexagon quilt. Those hexagons are teeny - 1/4". There, you thought I was the only hexamaniac.
A close up so that you can see the detail. Those tiny prints are in perfect scale and the centre of each cream hexagon had a french knot to hold the layers together. I hope it won. Maybe someone out there will know and also the name of the maker.
This was a large quilt and one that was a very clever idea. The maker was inspired by seeing a pile of quilts and thought that she would make a quilt with a selection of designs. I see 4 quilts in this one. That should get a few out of the system.
This design is one of my all time favourites - snail trail. Another large quilt and simply beautiful.
I chose to show this quilt because I have made this one and as of yet is still unquilted. It is a BunnyHill Designs pattern and was a free pattern from the designer as a Block of the month download. I think the pattern may still be available but you may now have to pay for it.
This traditional quilt was beautifully made, just look at those teeny baskets.
My meagre purchases of the day. Two plastic clamshell templates and a half metre of spotty fabric.