I might as well just say it: Mountain time is never long enough and leaving the Georgia cabin is never easy. But, the chance to explore new quilt shops on the way home eases the transition back into the real world.
This time the path my phone gave me from the interstate to the shop was a little tricky. (Ok, I admit that my navigational skills caused us to back track twice. In the end, we parked in a side street and I called the shop only to find that we were at the wrong side of the right building! )
Don’t know how I missed the sign for Red Hen Fabrics ,
but the extra trip around the block was worth it once I got to the entrance.
Chickens, Chickens everywhere!
But, I was there for fabric and they did not disappoint. I disciplined myself not to linger at the beautiful greens.
I only paused briefly at the black and white section.
(This was hard because there is a black, white, and red project on the drawing board as we speak.)
Most of the time, I was texting pictures of their Civil War reproduction fabrics
and messaging with the Colorado sister as we plan for a coverlet soon to make an appearance as part of our Mother’s Medallion Collection. And I found just what I needed.
(Wait until you see what Sister2 posts about this Hands All Around project. Beautiful results!)
The added touch in this large shop (with a wonderful open long arm/classroom space) was their collection of small, antique sewing machines.
This is a stop we’ll make again!