Excited was hardly the word for how I felt having my first experience visiting and teaching at The Buggy Barn Quilt Shop!!
In case you don't know, the shop really is housed in the 96 year old buggy barn found on the farm property of co-shop owner Janet Nesbit. Janet's sister, Pam Soliday, lives nearby. These sisters have been working together for more than 15 years now, have designed quilts, wrote about 20 books, and design fabric for Henry Glass. Oh, and yes...they help out on their farms, too!
The shop just got a new addition which doubled the size of the shop, and as you can see, there's fabric and inspiration everywhere.....
...even on the ceiling!
There are lots of classes to choose from for this special event, and they are held in several facilities near the shop. Sue Spargo and I shared this spacious building for our classes.
We had loads of room and it was light and bright.
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In my next post, I'll introduce you to a group of quilters who travel anywhere and everywhere to sew together! Don't miss it and don't forget to comment!!