Before we did close up at the guild we were honored to be filmed for a documentary on Acadian culture by the
Histoires francophones Inc.
Sound and camera couple were happy to be photographed.
Our Juniors were the highlights
of the filming as they showed their talents at hand quilting .
After a lovely "last supper" together for the season
(which I forgot to take pictures )
we ventured off on a road trip
for a fabric shop hop.
Off to Avonport
for a fun day of fabric shopping .
With the busy times I still get time to sew and I did finish my BOM.
Spring Bouquet .
I stippled the whole thing and I really like the effect it gave the quilt. A true vintage look.
I have not taken my vacation yet so in the evening I like to relax by the fire pit with this guy!
A few s'mores on the open fire.... Yummy!
The major part of the busy times is concentrated to getting ready for the
Starting July 28 to August 1st. Open from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm every day except Friday the show closes at 4:00 pm.
Admission $5.00 per person.
There will be about 200 quilts on display, lottery and articles for sale.
It is a fun week for the many volunteers who come to help at the show as we get to meet beautiful people from all over Canada and Europe as well.
I will have pictures .