One of the best things about summer is going to camp. When you're a kid, there are so many to choose from. You pack a bag, you take a ride in the car, wave goodbye to mom and dad, and start a week of play time doing something you love!
When you're all grown up...not so much. But this year can be different!! Do these blocks look familiar?
If you recall, I made these blocks awhile ago promising to tell you what they were for and show you the finished quilt. Well....it's time!
The quilt, named The Farmer's Daughter, was designed exclusively for a wonderful, fun event I am teaching at this summer called Farm Fest. Farm Fest is an annual summer event from one of my all time favorite quilt shops, The Quilter's General Store, in Rockford, IL. Shop owner Deb Peterson and her staff work hard all year to plan this amazing quilting get-away, and this year the theme is......
It's not just two days of quilting....it's food, fun, prizes, shopping and surprises. If you'd like more information about Farm Fest and Camp WannaQuilt click here. This is your chance to go to camp this summer!! Common....you know you want to! Pack your bag, take a ride in the car, and wave goodbye to your loving family, laundry and dishes. Take some time to play. I'll be there waiting for you!!
Happy Stitching! Pam
P.S. The Farmer's Daughter pattern will be available soon. It will be sold for a short time only either from The Quilter's General Store or directly from me. I'll let you know when it's ready!