More From the Washington State Fair

Hello!  Cindy reporting in from Ohio.

When we visited the Washington State Fair earlier this month, I couldn’t resist this picture.  We wandered by the “Bacon Baked Goods” and I wondered if I was sleep walking…bacon and quilts…is this the ultimate dreamy combination or what???Bacon x 3

I made this quilted wall hanging several years ago.  It’s a pattern by Edyta Sitar appropriately named “Tree of Life”.  It’s a great pattern for batik fabrics and how about that little birdie on the bottom…it’s so cute!  I like the scrappy binding.  Tree of lifeSince we were in Washington State, I had to take a pic of a quilt with cherries on it.  Cherries  from Washington State are the best!  high up x 3I was drawn to the soft and pretty fabrics in this quilt AND the Churn Dash blocks in the border…a favorite block of mine.High up blue ribbon I’ll share just a few more of my favorite vacation photos…they have become a rotation on my screen saver.bright red something

Peach orange roseSandy and I hope you have a great week!











7 thoughts on “More From the Washington State Fair

  1. piecefulwendy says:

    Have you seen Deb Jeske’s bacon quilt (A Quilter’s Table)? I giggle every time I look at it. Who would’ve thought of a bacon quilt?! You saw some pretty quilts and those flowers are lovely!

    • Gray Barn Designs says:

      I checked my photos to see if I snapped the variety but I didn’t. It was so beautiful…wouldn’t it look great in our gardens?

  2. rl2b2017 says:

    Hi Ladies! I had to chuckle at the Bacon myself, and had no idea where it was going. Yes, great combo – bacon and quilts. They are all so pretty, as are those flowers. Look – seriously, just look at the colors on that last shot. The variations and subtly is just amazing. ~smile~ Roseanne

    • Gray Barn Designs says:

      I’ve noticed that when I study the pictures, there is so much variation and subtly…I often miss it when I’m looking at it in real life. Now…I think I’ll go make BLTs for dinner!

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