Busy Day Three

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The whirlwind of activity has not settled down.  The last two days I wrote about what we were up to.  Today is a bit better even though we are leaving the house again.

Yesterday we went to the quilt show in Lancaster.  Because of the lecture we didn’t have time to see everything so we are going back today.  Kathy had bought us two day passes.

Besides seeing the rest of the quilts and visiting the vendors, there is a second part of the show that is held out on Route 30 that is nothing but vendors.  This is the place Kathy enjoys the most during the show.  It is also about a half hour from the main building due to traffic.

So, we are off. Not sure when we will return.  Comments that make no sense will be made sometime tonight.

I did get some great, at least I think they are, quilt shots yesterday which I will be sharing next week.

The lecture we attended on aboriginal art and fabrics was quite interesting.  More about that next week as well.

Here is just a tease of what we saw.

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18 responses to “Busy Day Three

  1. Even when you are surrounded by fabric, some bit of tasty food catches your attention. Sounds delicious, Limeberry tart, but looks stunning. Have a great day!

  2. There is nothing like being in motion… so healthy to be breathless with stimulation 🙂

  3. Fascinating colors and then I had to look up lime berry . . . “Native to tropical southeastern Asia, limeberry (Triphasia trifolia) is an evergreen shrub that is closely related to citrus. … Limeberry information tell us that it is sometimes spelled as two words (lime berry) and may also be referred to as Limau Kiah or Lemondichina.”

    AND they are bright red! LOL

    • I basically chose this because it was made by an Australian. The quilts this year were exceptional. I know I will get several post out of them next week.

  4. I love the colors, but I especially love the hexagonal shape of that quilt.

  5. Man! I’m exhausted just reading about all your activity.

    That hexagon quilt is intriguing, I don’t think I’ve ever seen that shape before. Can’t wait to read about the aboriginal lecture.

  6. That quilt is insane! I always try to get to quilt shows when I can. I’m amazed by the artistry.

  7. They are such beautiful pieces of art!

  8. Oh my – I am working on my quilt now and I can’t image making this one. I am excited to see what other quilts you saw!

  9. Can’t wait to see more of the quilts. How wonderful to take in this show and lecture.

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