Now to the main event....shopping at Country Sampler. Here is Butternut Tavern by Stacy Nash all done up as a pillow.
This little piece is called Home and is by Pineberry Lane. Teresa and I immediately snatched up kits of this. Country Sampler had so many projects all kitted up which made it very easy to get into a frenzy!
Here is a super duper piece that I had seen the chart of before; but when you see the model....well....I just had to get it and so did several others in my group. I had not noticed before that there are four couples in this piece. They start out with a Revolutionary War couple, then Civil War, then Spanish-American War (i think) and then World War I. Can't wait to start this one!
Here is the model of Peace House. You can see why I had to start it immediately!
There were several prim prints throughout the store. I bought two and this is one of them.
As you can see; there were things to look at everywhere and all of them were winners!
Here are Teresa, Karin and Pat looking over a quilting book.
Karin and Linda kitting up some projects.
Karin bought the Lincoln quilt kit so she had to have her picture taken with the shop model. Gorgeous!
We all fell in love with the wooden risers that this notebook is on. Of course, I had to purchase one of those handmade notebooks too. Old-timey kids with flags! I am in!!!
Above is one of the new Stacy Nash market pieces.
Below is the basement of the Country Sampler where everything is on sale! So much fun!!!
Guess what? I still have some more pictures in my camera to put up on the blog which I will do real soon!
For those of you who have asked, I am trying to get the name of the chart that Kellie is stitching in the previous post and I will let you know as soon as I do.
I wish every weekend could be a Country Sampler weekend!!