Last Friday, Mama and I spent three hours strolling through a quilt show - the Dallas Quilt Celebration 2011 at Dallas Market Hall. As most of you know, I don't quilt, in fact, I don't even sew. However, since I am the proud owner of many handmade quilts, I believe it is important for me to encourage Mama in her quilt making hobby.
Here are just a few of the quilts that were on display. (You may notice that many of these contain my favorite color!)
If you'd like to see some of the other quilts from the show, check out Ellyn's post!
There were lots of vendor booths to look through as well, and I picked up a couple of gifts plus a few new items for my scrapbooking stash. First, I found this wonderful piece of Superman fabric.
And then I discovered a booth full of buttons! (You may have already noticed these crayola buttons on my Color Us Happy layout.) The three red dice buttons are actually vintage buttons that I'm planning to use on my Games We Play mini-album.
Overall, it was a fun Friday spent with Mama. I'm off now to scrap a few layouts this afternoon.