More adventures ...
my second day of
Wasatch Front Shop Hop and...
....more learning and more fun at...
Visitors to the shop would bring in their
passports to be stamped..
There was a vintage vanity case filled...
with fortune cookies. These fortune cookies
were special! Special? But, you're saying
they look normal. Well, on the outside they do
"look" normal. On the inside...well, they were special
ordered to have "quilty" fortunes!
There was another vintage suitcase and it was
Visitors would choose a key and hope they had the
key...to unlock the suitcase...
because....there were lots of goodies inside
that they could choose from!
This is a jar where visitors put their
names and phone numbers for a drawing to win...
This wonderful "bag" filled with wonderful
and more demonstrations...
This was a great demo using the
Big Shot and Sizzix dies to cut fabric for fun quilts.
O! and Cori Blunt from
Chitter Chatter Designs...was here today
to demonstrate her method for doing circle
Here she is making her "perfect" circles for her
She uses something called....
I'm thinking that I neeed some of these to try
some applique circles for berries, flowers and...
Here is a better look at the cute...
ants at a picnic. Check out her website
for this pattern and more... click here
...Cathy Zimmerman, theeee gal....
behind the register...the phones, the computer, the
printer...behind the counter cutting fabric...
in other words...the gal behind
Thimbles and Threads!
Thank YOU, Cathy for making
Murder on the Orient Express
such a fun event!
And, thank YOU for letting such a novice employee
such as me...come and "hang-out" when things
were sooo busy!