Windmill City Quilts ia located in Geneva, IL. A very nice shop, but unfortunately she is closing down her storefront and will only be doing an on-line business.I didn't get a chance to talk to her very much and I failed to get her on-line addy, she was real busy, and didn't seem to have any help. She was apparently selling her "stuff" as she goes, but I think I overheard her say if someone wanted the entire contents she would sell that also. If you should be interested, email me and I will hunt up my receipt and see if her phone # is on it, if not I feel sure it would be in the phone book. She has lots of quilts on display, she also carries a lot of notions and especially patterns. I just took some random pics. The pic with the books shows what I purchased, I have read all 3 of the books and enjoyed them.
We also went to 3 other shops last Tuesday and I will post pics of them soon. Tomorrow is another workday, and a long one at that , but I will try to post again tomorrow anyway.Monday and Tuesday I plan to finish quilting the baby quilt so I can get it in the mail. I know someone is giving her a shower soon and I would like for her to get it then. Then I want to get the table runner I cut out 3 weeks ago, at least started. So much to do, so little time **VBG**
Well we finally had a pretty day today and it is supposed to be pretty again tomorrow. I hope it is, I do enjoy sitting outside with DH, but when it's cold, I usually sit in the truck and either embroider or read.I may even sneak in a little nap !!
WE will be here again all next week so that means I should get to sew most of Monday and Tuesday, then I can also sew the next 3 days cause we don't work until 3pm. So I am looking forward to being here, we seem to have picked a very quiet motel, it sure is out in the sticks, but in a pretty place. There is a 10 or so acre field behind the motel which we see out our window. I have been hoping to see a deer or two, but so far no luck. Hope everyone in blog land is having a nice Memorial Day, stay safe, and quilt some memories for me. Later, Bobbin