Wednesday, August 17, 2011

MoRe eYe CaNdY

As promised.... more pretties to drool over look at..... yum!

This quilt was just beautiful...
I wish I had taken a closer pic for you to see the detail...  : (




 Onto another treasure trove........
I made a new friend and follower, Diane, the owner of this little shop tucked away at 334 York Street Fredericton, NB...  called "Country Crafts & Curtains".
Look at these cute fellas..it's a triple hanger project.
One more shop, a little later....
HuGz... CheRyLL

12 comments:

Cathy (aka CrafteeCC) said...

oooh, that first quilt is amazing!
love looking at your pics ;-)

Vroomans' Quilts said...

How fun to find a kindred spirit while on your travels. Look forward to 'visiting' her.

Kaisievic said...

Gorgeous!

Maria said...

Just WOW!!! Enjoy Cheryll.

Allie said...

Just gorgeous - love that first one, that is AMAZING!! Was it all applique?

donna said...

Cheryll the quilts are just beautiful. Or course mine is the purple. Thank you so much for sharing.
Hugs
donna

Bev C said...

Hello Cheryll,

Oh this shop looks divine, the snowman hangers are stunning. Thanks for sharing.
Happy days.
Bev.xoxo

Kathy said...

Oh my Cheryl - you have been busy! Sounds like you had lots of fun in Canada - and not just in quilt and craft shops - you may have to do a tutorial on techniques for persuading husbands to sit and wait patiently while a serious addiction is satisfied!

Thank you for joining my blog, and now you're stuck with me too!

Kathy said...

Hey Cheryl - you have been busy! I think you should do a tutorial, something like "Wicked Ways with Husbands: How to keep them happy on the OUTside of a quilt shop"

Thanks for joining my blog - now you're stuck with me too:)

Janet said...

I'm not sure what a green ribbon signifies but that first quilt surely deserves some kind of ribbon. Did you purchase from that lovely pile of colourful bolts?

Sue B said...

Just gorgeous. how lucky to visit quilt shops in Canada, I hope you get some special treats for yourself

Linda said...

That is a beautiful quilt! Thanks for sharing your pictures. I love seeing what shops around the country look like!

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