Episode 57 – new places to shop and quilt show issues

A new (to me!) quilt shop: JEllen’s House of Fabric. I wish I lived a little closer because I loved the looks of what she brought to the guild meeting.

Another new (to all!) quilt shop: Sew Deja Vu. They are calling themselves a modern quilting boutique so I’m excited to check out their fabric selection.

What do you all think of quilt shows? I love going to shows and I have participated in my guild’s shows, both in planning and showing quilts. How about you?

You can click here to listen to (or download, if you right-click and choose ‘save as’) the show. Don’t forget to leave me a comment and say hi. Thank you for listening and have a great day!

This entry was posted in podcast episode, Quilt shows, Shopping and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Episode 57 – new places to shop and quilt show issues

  1. I agree that costumes and clothes for girls in general actually are way too sexy. Let them be little girls for heaven sake. They want to grow up fast enough as it is.
    Even teenagers could use a little modesty. I was at McDonald’s with my 3 year old and a girl was there whose dress was tight and super short and she was not even attempting to sit modestly so anyone passing their table could see ALL the way up her skirt. I wanted to go tell her but couldn’t bring myself to do it. I felt bad for the boys with her because it must have been extremely distracting.
    Modesty seems to be “old fashioned” , as are high moral standards. It is unfortunate.

    I have never entered a quilt show, but I would be more interested in this new method of judging just for some constructive criticism. I am way too intimidated to have my work compared to other people’s quilts. It would probably be too much work and too confusing to offer both options at one quilt show.

Comments are closed.