Sunday, August 26, 2007

Me and the Jazzies

I scored some free tix to the quilt show in Nashville this weekend, conveniently up the road from my house. Let me give you a peek at the show's attendance demographics: I was the youngest person there on her own accord, and the tallest by quite a bit. And The jazzy scooters abounded. I didn't get run over by any this year, but only because I'm a quilt show veteran.

I did see some awesome quilts which you can find here at my flickr site. And I made a couple of purchases, mostly little tools and fabric to finish current projects. Nothing earth-shattering, but it was a great place to see some pretty nice quilts even though they weren't all up my ally.

Not to offend anyone, but I also have to post my most favorite horrible examples of people's handiwork.

Posted by Beth Howard @ 9:08 PM

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I went Thursday and Friday. I had to go when I had childcare. I had lots of fun! I told my husband that I was the youngest person there! I'm 29 yrs old. Last year I got stuck behind 2 ladies on their scooters. Everywhere I went they were in front of me. Kinda felt like Kroger's on Wednesday mornings!

My favorite quilt was the "Trip Around the Vegetable Garden." Very simple pattern but great color.


Posted by Blogger Tricia @ 11:11 PM #

still sad I didn't get to go! but Aaron's Grandma got me these little clay earring quilt squares. pretty cool!

I'll have to check out all your photos on flickr soon!

.xo. Jenn

Posted by Anonymous Jenn @ 11:51 PM #

That last one needs to go in some sort of hall of shame- maybe the craftsmanship is good (?) but what the heck is "Grey Hair on the Wild Streets" with those cheesy 70's exploitative (is that a word? Spellcheck did not ding me for it) women?

Posted by Blogger Shona~ LALA dex press @ 11:14 AM #
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