There were a couple quilts that really jumped out at me. My hubby took lots of photos but doesn't have them on the computer yet to show you. As soon as they are up I will post them and share them with you.
One special quilt on display was a tribute quilt to those who perished 9/11 at Ground Zero. The quilt is by Lois Jarvis of Madison, Wisconsin. It was so touching.
There were a few demonstrations, a quilt raffle, silent auction, merchant mall and food. It could have been even a better experience, had I not taken the kids, but I really loved going.
I must admit I love finding flaws in other people's quilts. Is that crazy or are there more quilters that do the same thing? I'm not doing it to be critical of their quilt - I do it because I want to know that everyone has flaws, that I'm not the only one!
I didn't get any quilting or piecing done this past weekend, even after going to a quilt show and being inspired. It was a very lazy weekend.
For more information on the Champlain Valley Quilters' Guild of Vermont you can go to their website at www.cvqgvt.org.