Yes, it's that time of year again. Every year when we go to look at the exhibits Ken checks out the wood turning entries and comments that he could do at least as well as the items on display and that he's going to enter the next year, but he never does. This year I literally sat on him and made him enter a couple of items. Guess what? He won blue ribbons on both of them!! Way to go Ken. (Hopefully I won't have to sit on him again next year.)
There were plenty of fabulous quilts to be seen again this year. My friend Cameron Potter won a blue ribbon with the lovely pastel number in the center of the photo. The piece work is very simple, but her custom quilting is outstanding!
Toni Galley was so pleased with the red ribbon that she won with her very first fair entry last year that this year she entered 6 quilts and now has 6 more ribbons for her collection!
Last, but not least, are the quilts I entered into the fair. This year this self proclaimed ribbon slut entered 9 quilts in the fair. Yes, I won 9 ribbons. 5 of them are blue