What does that mean?
It means that today was the day I dropped off my Red/White Challenge Quilt to the Temecula Quilt Company. The grand opening is October 1st and will run for a month.
My friend Leisa helped me measure them for the tags we placed on them.
I received a very cute thank you gift, shown here with one of Temecula Quilt Company’s patterns (they have a line of their own). I love the slogan printed on the top of the pattern: What has been done will be done again, there is nothing new under the sun (Ecc. 1). This is so appropriate for their shop as they use a lot of traditional patterns with reproduction fabrics.
This is a little kit to make a pillow (see above photo) and on the back of the thank-you gift were three magnets from the great Red White quilt show in New York! I was pretty jazzed about this.
One of the things I love about this shop are the displays. Everything is so creative and interesting which makes you want to take everything home. But of course you can’t.
So this is why I bought the pattern. I may make it in different colors, but their theme resonates with me.
Another clever display. Most of us have these wooden spools hanging around and here’s what you can do with them: make a mini quilt and wrap them up for display. The spool will keep the quilt from flopping over, and you’ll have done something interesting with the spools.
Check the website of the *Temecula Quilt Company* for more.
3 thoughts on “To Temecula!”
I love the red and white quilt. The Red and White show was so inspiring. I would like to make a whole series of red and white quilts.
Red and white quilts are just so classic!
P.S. How far are you from Temecula, Elizabeth? We just found out there is a winery there with the same last name as us. We are interested in checking it out.
The frolic is wonderful, such a good use of the large scale prints…I like it! Thanks for sharing!