September has been an amazingly jam-packed month. In addition to lots of new stitching projects, it has included returning youngest to university, taking off the honey and starting fall feeding for the bees, preparing a booth for Fibre Arts Festival, getting a twin-sized quilt finished for publication in Quilter's Connection magazine, and even a short get-away with hubby. This past weekend, Mrs. Pugsley's Emporium was a vendor at the Sunrise Quilt Guild Show in Tatamagouche, and I went along to help. There is never a dull moment with Mrs. P: Beth booked us a caboose at the Train Station Inn.
How fun is that?
My room had a queen-sized bed and a fireplace; there's even a big TV hiding behind those doors.
The pillowcases were a nice touch.
I bought a pair in the gift shop as a souvenir. (I did not steal the pillowcases, Cheryl!! :))
The quilt show was just across the road at the Fraser Cultural Centre. The Sunrise Quilt Guild may be small in numbers but they are certainly big on talent.
Deb Plestid is a member of this guild and she had several extraordinary pieces on display.