I just love small town living. Yesterday was the last day of our County Fair and Rodeo. I'm not as excited about the rodeo as I was when I was a girl, but I still love looking at the arts and crafts and photography. Our fair is very, very small so it doesn't take long to look at everything but I was delighted to see in the quilt section a bunch of quilts that were labeled "Rescued Quilt". Either the tops had never been finished (and now were), or they were just old quilts that had been repaired, Here are my four favorites. Sorry about the quality of the pictures, it was dark in that building and I only had my iPhone.
And last but certainly, not least this gorgeous hexi quilt!
Here are a few of my favorites among the newly made quilts:
In keeping with the western theme, I pulled out one of my works in progress that was needing some attention. I had finished enough blocks to make a baby quilt but it needed some sashing and I found some fabric that goes perfectly! Isn't that chocolaty colored swirly just perfect?? I love it!
That's all for today! I have a new project to share very soon! It's my first mini quilt. I didn't want to cut into of my yardage for the back so I used my scraps for the back. Here's a bright scrappy back for you!
Thanks so much for stopping by! What have you been working on?
Linking up with:
Main Crush Monday at Cooking Up Quilts
Sharing Sunday's at The Creative Side