The temptation of the jug was just to much for me......and I found a spot to tuck it into my car and it arrived home safely.
When I look at it I have joy, and most of all the good memories associated with it's purchase.
Little mouse threading her needle stopped me in my tracks. She not only hold a needle, but my small Dovo scissors clings to it also.......and the entire time I'm stylin!
Also, from the highly gifted Stacy Nash I purchased this sewing essential! It is so beautiful and I treasure it!
This too will bring me joy!
And I discovered this old pewter pitcher and bought it for a song! I smiled all the way back to my car with it. By this time all the room we had was a little cranny. I had to look long and hard to find it!
Now for our amazing evening at the International Quilt Museum. The first exhibit was of the quilts by Erica Waaser.......Voltage was a most appropriate name.
Stunning dashes of color for the modern quilt lover.
On this quilt the back side with the unfinished seams are found on the outside. I liked it better from a distance than I did up close.
"Be selective in your battles. Sometimes peace is better than being right." -unknown