Thursday, July 5, 2018

Quilter's Sale


The pictures are all dark as we are inside a large, dark barn.  But the sale is on - on the hottest days of the year.  Lots more books and patterns and magazines were added.


Every time I think we have them all, she comes up with 'another storage' of them and since this is a 5 day sale, we will bring more out as room allows.


Some wool and super high loft batt she no longer uses.  Time for another home.


Scrap quilters' delight here.  Garbage bags filled - $1 a bag!!  And there is more.

AND LOTS OF FABRIC





I so appreciate her sewing students (and family) that helped with the pre-work.  We had a great first day, even though being it was the 4th. Hey, we cooked hot dogs and shared with the crowd as a thank you for spending part of their Holiday with us.  Today will be some sorting, refolding, and making those empty slots so more can come out.

Well, back to the barn
Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

18 comments:

  1. Oh man....I wish I could go shopping in your barn. HAVE FUN!

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  2. What an undertaking. It's absolutely amazing. I understand it is supposed to cool down considerably for you this weekend. Good Luck.

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  3. Wow again...wish I could rummage thru the fabric and books for sure. All of it is amazing to fill the barn!

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  4. I sure wish I was there. We never have anything like that where I live.

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  5. A quilter's and sewer's dream to be there.Hope you cope with the heat, and it all is sold by day FOUR.

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  6. I can't imagine what a 5-day quilter's sale would look like. Hope you sell it all!!!

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  7. Where is this sale? Probably not Ohio, huh?

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  8. Wish I could come & shop!!! Soooo exciting!! :)

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  9. Wish i lived closer . Good luck with the sale.

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  10. Oh my goodness, what a huge job for you all. Hope the rest of the sale days go well.

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  11. Oh, I am really glad I don't live close enough to come, too much would jump into the car to come home, LOL!!

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  12. What a monumental task and during a heat wave on top of it. It must be a very bittersweet time for you. I hope you sell a lot so you don't have to pack it up again. Where on earth did your mother keep all of this?
    Pat

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  13. Oh my goodness...evidence of a well-lived quilting life. Stay cool back there. Wish I could come.

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  14. Sounds like a fabulous sale! Hope you do really well and that the heat wave goes away! Good luck!

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  15. Wow! Since that was Wednesday, I'm hoping you don't have much left at the end of today!

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  16. I'm sure it was a ton of work and I hope it was a huge success.

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  17. That looks like so much fun! I could spend a day looking at everything!

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