Primitives of the Midwest was exactly the super fun and inspiring event I knew it would be!
Quilter's Station shop owner, Rita Briner, and all the shop girls did a fantastic job of hosting the event. We stayed, and had our classes all in one hotel, which made it very convenient.
|Both quilts are Starry, Starry Nines from Tokens of the Past: Nine Patch Reverie|
Photo courtesy of Ron Hoeltge
So...if you're looking for Heartspun Quilts fabric....you know exactly where to go and whom to call!!! Quilter's Station. (We have to continue to support our quilt shops!!) Be sure to add Quilter's Station to your Bucket List as a shop not to miss! I promise, you won't be disappointed!!
Hubby and I went to Kansas City for the weekend. We discovered several really fun places and I'll share those with you in my next post.
In the meantime....spend some time with needle and thread...and Be Well!
Sounds like a blast! I'm ready for my next retreat/class at the end of September.ReplyDelete
Quilter's Station is a quilter's dream. Wish it was closer! Your fabrics look so inviting, Pam!ReplyDelete
Your post made my day, I am planning a trip to Kansas City next year and this quilt shoppe just went to the top of my places to see list. I just goes my Star Spangled Liberty BOM quilt back from my quilter I just love it so much thanks for the great project.ReplyDelete
Now that looks like my kind of shop. It's now on my bucket list. Maybe I need to make a barrel list instead. There are so many things on my list, and it just keeps growing!! Thanks for sharing your trip, it looks like everyone had a wonderful time!ReplyDelete
Oh what fun! And it really is impressive to see all that Pam Buda fabric at one siting! Woohoo!ReplyDelete
Looks like a wonderful event. I love your quilt design that everyone was making. And how cool is that to see your fabric all lined up like that?!? Appears to be an incredible shop.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a good time to replenish your creative spirit!