Thursday, October 14, 2010

Quilt Hanging Part 3

DD2 and I were up at 5.30am on Sunday.After a quick cuppa it was off to hang the quilts and do the last minute touch ups on the displays.

On the drive to the Priory I was a little concerned at the black sky and the pretty rainbow!!!

           The quilts are all on the hangers .                         
So now the men will help us put the rest on ropes strung across from one balcony to another.

I see someone is having a coffee break. :)

There are some vintage cars for the men and markets for everyone.
The Blue and White Quilt in the background and the Butterfly one next to it are our raffle quilts.

So many Quilts and so many people.

Even my friends The Red Hatters came for a visit.

Awesome Xmas display.

Tiny "Lilliput"
Kid's display.

There were lots of bags and a cross stitch display and sooooooooo much more but the battery in my camera went flat. :(
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P.S. We did have a few showers but for the rest of the time it was just perfect.


  1. whew - I'm tired just walking around looking at all the lovelies. Thanks for the guided tour.

    Hugs - Marie

  2. What a totally awesome event! I checked out the pics at the Patch, too. Is this an annual event? Will you be rested up in time for the next one?

  3. I love all of your pictures. I am so glad that this turned out so good. Thank you for sharing with us. I am headed to the Patch to see more pics.

  4. oh how wonderful! I wish I had been there. do you do it every year??

  5. Looks like a huge success. Lotsa wonderful displays... I'm jealous!

  6. What a lovely tour around - went to The Patch too and such a lot of loveliness to look at...

  7. Lots of lovely quilts Maria...wish I could have come ...if I can get my act together next year I'll book accomadation early..
    Julia ♥

  8. Oh it looks so absolutely amazing. Your very hard word has payed off. Well done!
    Ab x

  9. What a fabulous display Maria - such a wonderful day.

  10. Wonderful display! You ladies did a great job.

    Love the yo-yo Christmas tree.

  11. Looks like a lot of work. Thanks for sharing the pictures.

  12. What a lovely display. How fun to have it outdoors.

  13. I wish you were in Nebraska (middle of the states) - but you aren't. I saw quite a few really cute quilts and love the decorations. Thanks for sharing.

    I'm following you from 2 Giggle Boxes - hope you can stop by sometime and check out my blogs.

    Thanks! Tina "The Book Lady"

  14. What beautiful photos especially the one with the palm tree. Would love to have been there.

  15. Oh my goodness what an awesome display and event! Would have so enjoyed it as I am sure you all did and your guests as well.Looks like you all are warming up some.


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