Tuesday, March 17, 2009

I'm home!

Hello! I'm back from 7 days of teaching at the Quiltfest in Pigeon Forge, TN. It was wonderful! The quilt show is put on by the city of Pigeon Forge with help from the local guilds. The quilts were lovely, the people were very friendly, and a good time was had by one and all.

I'll share a variety of things from Pigeon Forge with you in the next few days. Today I want to show you this amazing African zebra print fabric that I got from the Traveling Quilt Boutique booth. It's cotton and I love it! I have no idea what I'm going to do with it. I might wear it :-). I've already washed and dried this 2-yard piece and it's even better than it was when I bought it.

I walked in the mornings with Nancy Smith (from the Great American Quilt Factory) and I spotted this door to an art supply shop. It makes me smile to see the two photos together.



Welcome Home--I have to say that is a "wild" piece of fabric, but a great piece for just the right project, any ideas yet???? Just, Di from quiltingisblissful.blogspot.com--be sure to drop by and see the prize I won--a blog makeover from Jan at Rose Haven--she did a beautiful job for me--winning is such fun!!

Carrie P. said...

I think the art supply owner likes the same things you do.

NMSue said...

Always enjoy the photos and comments of your travels. Just wondering what Linda is up to.

lil said...

wow, what a great fabric
can you tell me please who made this?

Stephanie said...

Hi there! I just found your lovely blog and had to stop and ask you for quilt shop recommendations in Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg. We're headed there in a couple of weeks and I would love to pick up some fabric. I'm enjoying your blog SO much! :)