Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Day 2 of our GREAT Adventure


We began the 2nd day of our adventure by going to the Country Loft Sew for a Cure Quilt Show. If you have never beeen to the Country Loft, you are missing out on a real treat! These quilts were donated to the shop and all of the proceeds were to benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation. This year they raised more than $9500, and when you see the quilts you will know why!


Here are just a few of the quilts. Their website has many more photos, so check it out!



I took a few photos for some of my "Blog Buddies." When I saw them I thought of you guys! So here we go:


RED, I thought that you might like this cute little Raggedy Ann quilt. They would look cute at your house! (I'm just sayin!LOL)




















This one is for Mar because I know that you were also working on this quilt. I hope that you enjoy the "Socks!"

This one is for everyone who is making a Dear Jane quilt! Hopefully it will inspire you to finish those blocks!

This is for my gal pal, Cara . She wanted a picture of it but didn't have her camera with her.



Here is the quilt that I purchased at the Loft. What a great way to support such a great cause!







When we left the Loft, we headed down the street to Rosie's to do more damage! What would a shop hop be without a trip to Rosie's?

Stayed tuned for more on our great adventure!

Until Next Time....Happy Quilting!

4 comments:

Red Geranium Cottage said...

I LOVE my quilt you picked out for me. So are you busy right now making it for me??? I'm just sayin. Uh I mean asking!!!
And I'm making that stocking quilt to that Mar's doing. I need to get cracking on that one.
Thanks for the photos.

Libby said...

I let out an audible *gasp* when I saw Sew Primitive on the wall . . . you can bet the pattern came home with me *s*

Colleen formerly of South Africa said...

The primitive is wonderful...but love the halloween too. Very nice.

Jo Jo said...

you girls certainly know how to have a good time! Love the quilt pictures...and the dear Jane quilt...I could only dream! Jo x