Last week my crafty friends and I went to the 10th Annual Fabrics and Fabrications Quilt Show at the Southport Congregational Church. It was amazing. There were so many wonderful quilts exhibited it was hard to pick a favorite.
There were quilts on every pew in the Church, many showcased on the altar, more in the chapel and even a special Reduce, Reuse, Recycle theme room in the Parish Hall.
I think I'll take you on a tour and let you decide which one you like best. Please click on the pictures to enlarge them. You'll notice that while there are many antique and traditional quilts, my eye tends to go to the young student's first quilt, or a child's t-shirt quilt, or other unusual quilts.
And this is my very own quilt made for me by one of the Scout moms - Cyndy Moyer. It's absolutely beautiful and I love looking at all the wonderful Boy Scout material - some new, some vintage. It's such a treasure!
I have some more quilts to showcase tomorrow... but I hope you like the tour as much as I did.
Oh, and the frosting on the cake is the wonderful luncheon they serve. My friends and I had a lovely morning viewing the quilts and topped it off with a delicious lunch with good food and good company. Could life get any better than that?