Love the one above, each house and tree has a little quilt by it
This last image is a close up of President Jimmy Carter's chin area. Wanted to show you the detail.
OK, now on to Saturday's event
Stephanie, Terri, Cheri and I returned to the Columbus convention center on Saturday since we obviously didn't spend enough money at the quilt convention the day before! The yarn was beautiful and I could have come home with a truckload of it but I restrained myself.
Sue, from Back to Back Fiber Products, was very friendly and let us "play" in her booth. She had little felt strips looped over some pins and we needle felted on these
Ta Da! We're done with out masterpieces. Unfortunately, my close-up pic of the little tags didn't turn out but you may be able to see them at Stephanie's or Terri's blog.
Here are some beautiful yarn I purchased
And take a look at this pretty lace scarf pattern. I'm planning to knit this in the red kid merino yarn.
Well, I was so excited about my new purchases that I came home, balled up my sugar cane yarn hank (yes, it is made of 100% sugar cane and it is beautifully soft and smooth) and started a narrow little lace scarf. This pretty pattern was free with the purchase of this yarn.
BUT, not before ending the day at the Creekside Jazz and Blues festival across town
Learn more about them at www.innercitybluesband.com