This past Saturday I went to a quilt show in a barn. Yup. But this was no ordinary barn – it was a newer show barn built on a beautiful, century-old estate. This is an annual quilt show put on by a local group of women as a fundraiser for The Road Home – a local homeless shelter.
So I thought I’d share a little bit of what I saw.
A charming setting for a lot of lovely quilts.
Some good circle inspiration now that I have my circle die cut!
You know me: drawn to the vintage looking stuff.
These little appliqué flowers were so sweet.
There was also a craft market with proceeds going to the cause as well.
Love the fabric on that first apron!
These guys (Shetland Ponies) were made homeless themselves while the quilts overtook their quarters. But they seemed plenty happy basking in the warm sunny day and posing for pictures.
Lovely fall decor, including a live goat who happened to be consuming some of the fall decor. Presumably no quilts were consumed or harmed by small domesticated farm animals in the production of this charitable fundraiser.