A few weeks ago I taught a class at a charming little shop called “The Quilt Bug”. It’s located in the small hamlet of Esperance, one of those places that you might miss if you don’t pay attention, but you’ll be glad that you did notice it, because you can stop at The Quilt Bug! This shop has rooms and rooms of everything you’ll love (if you’re a quilter that is) Fabrics galore, threads, patterns, notions, batting – all things needed to keep us happy!
The Quilt Bug is on the main “drag” in Esperance, which is located on Route 20, one of the “prime” roads west in the past. Now route 20 is known for it’s antique shops, specialty shops (like the Quilt Bug), AND it’s on the way to some great places – Cooperstown, wine country, finger lakes, etc.
But let’s get back to the class – there were four quilters, three making Mud Season, and one making Up North.
Here’s Cathy – she couldn’t wait to make the sheep, but of course, had to make the barn first!
Next is Joanne with her red barn – love it, wish I would have made a red barn!
Now comes Kris – the shop owner with her sheep & barn (cows are hiding in the back of the barn)
And Sherrie with her “Up North” scene! I mentally go “up north” every time I look at this scene!
Thanks for a great workshop quilters! Looking forward to visiting again!