I'm going to focus most of my time on the quilts and very little time on the vendors. I have so many goodies in my sewing room, that I will be better off not finding new things to buy . Of course, there are some vendors that I just have to visit every year . . .
I'll enjoy looking at all of the quilts and bumping into friends there. I always manage to see Tom Russell there and needlecrazy and I will be meeting up at the end of the afternoon.
Camera will be charged and ready to take pictures--except of course in the no photography areas. Why do some people insist on trying to sneak pictures where it is not allowed?!? Shame on them!
I'll be there Thursday and Friday to look/shop and Sunday to do one shopping stop (I will have a gift card to that vendor), and then take down the doll exhibit and bring a bunch of lovely little people home with me until they can return to their "mommies."
Can't wait, as usual.
"Never be afraid to try anything new. Remember, amateurs built the Ark. Professionals built the Titanic." Unknown.
So, how can I get more info on this?? Where can I stay and the big question: How much should I save to come to this???!! OH MY!!!!! This looks like a place I want to be! And do they have a place for people to nap mid-day???
I know where I want to go on a 'vacation' next year!!!!!
LOVED the slide show!!! Thank-You!!
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LL, no place to nap in the middle of the day, but you are certainly welcome to come stay with me! It takes at least 2 full days to see everything. I try to budget one day for vendors, one for quilts, and then Sunday for my shopping at the doll booth and then take down the doll display and transport them home with me.