Wednesday night when I got home from work there was a message on my answering machine from the Sew and Save in Racine WI about a pattern I had ordered at the Mukwonago quilt show. It was in and would I call for information about getting it sent to me... well of course! It's a lovely stitchery pattern, hand embroidery, which I enjoy doing very much.
Then later when we were getting ready to go to bed I noticed a light blinking on my bedroom phone.
The downstairs phones blink too I think but you have to really pay attention to see that there's a message. It was too late to call anyone back but I picked up the message anyway.
"Hi, Sue, this is Quilt-agious in Mukwonago, you won the yard of fabric for a month..." was how the message started.
WOW! If you live in southeast Wisconsin and haven't been to the shop, you should go! Mukwonago may be a bit out of the way for some but it's totally worth the trip. Go to their website for directions:
They bill themselves as the largest collection of Kaffe Fassett fabrics in the state, and I believe it!
|This photo is borrowed from their web site, in case you don't know|
what a Kaffe fabric is all about.
Thanks, Quilt-agious! And thanks too to the Mukwonago quilt guild for putting on a great show that included opportunities for purchases and winnings!