exceptionally kind, sweet and loving sister in law. I had she and Bruce pose for a picture together holding up a new design.
It is sorta out of focus....sorry. Why Bruce has shorts on, I'm unsure. You will notice Brenda has jeans and a sweater.....obviously different thermostats.
Here is a close up that isn't as foggy as the other one.
This post will conclude the browsing through crafts and antique stores.
This Dresden Plate quilt was very charming and in great conditioned. Of course, hand quilted.
This tied quilt was someone creating a utility quilt no doubt. As written in a pioneer woman's journal, "I make quilts as fast as I can to keep my family warm and as pretty as I can to keep my heart from breaking." I know I've quoted this before, but I love it so very much.
And all of the days during the week are quite appreciated also. We do enjoy our week end though.
Isn't this a mishmash of items? That quilt in the back is quite a gem though.
Days gone by, with a sweet sentiment.
This was an absolute fabulous hand croqueted piece. Would be gorgeous on a table or a bed.
"There is a world of difference between truth and facts. Facts can obscure the truth." -Maya Angelou