This is a quick post to show what I've been doing. Driving to Spokane takes almost all day to get there from where I live but it's worth it to find this cute shop. Hubby and I took a road trip to the Buggy Barn. Here is what the shop looks like from the street. Only a quilter would drive so far to find shop in the middle of a wheat field. I signed up for a class with Cheri Payne (Wednesday's Best) and Barri (Bareroots) to make a Christmas Quilt. These sisters have combined their talents for this class with Cheri designing the piecing and Barri designing the stitchery. There is a picture below of the Quilt.
Buggy Barn sign behind the flowers.
Front door to the shop. This is only the second time I've been here and I'm always amazed at how much fabric can fit in such a small space. When you walk in the door it's very intimidating with so much to take in all at once.
Inside the shop samples are everywhere, it's a bit overwhelming to say the least.
Even in the washroom is fabric and samples.
More pictures of the shop. There is so much to see in every nook and cranny.
I love this old wagon, wouldn't it look awesome decorated for fall with pumpkins all around it.
My class was to make this quilt, I finished the pieced blocks in class. The appliques are done with the most gorgeous wool pieces and the stitchery blocks spell out "Christmas". The class included all the fabric and wool to make this quilt and a delicious lunch was also included.
Bareroots newest BOM pattern with sweet little houses, it really is much better to see it in person.
Cheri and Barri signing books and quilt labels.
Gotta run, I'll be back soon. Thanks for dropping by.