Saturday, March 1, 2014

A Patchwork of America, Clarendon Hills, IL

Wow!  We're here in Clarendon Hills, IL at A Patchwork of America quilt show presented by the Salt Creek Quilt Guild.  This is our first time, and it's a terrific show!  There are two rooms of vendors, a wonderful quilt show, bed turnings, raffle baskets, silent auction, demonstrations, and more.  Here are pictures from our booth at the show:

Our happy corner, above, features bright quilts and fun clothing for little girls and their American Girl dolls.  The other side of the booth, below, features two quilts on the wall designed by Sue Daley, plus a Jo Morton quilt at right, and our very popular Sho Fly, O My by Pat Riley.

Below, Linda is helping some of our customers find the paper pieces for their next project.  Our books at the front include selections from Japanese, Australian, French, German, and American authors.  The quilt on the table is Basket Lattice, one of our most popular quilts ever!

The quilt on the back wall below is called My Checkered Past, beautifully pieced and quilted by Marilyn.  She has also quilted almost all the other quilts in our booth, getting a lot attention at all our shows.  The quilt on the table is Eldon by Edyta Sitar, Teri's husbands favorite quilt!

Last but not least, we have the cutest baby boxer shorts display, with a whole suitcase full of tiny prints and mini princess fabrics.

The show continues Sunday from 10-5.  Don't let the snow keep you away...this is a show worth visiting!

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