Nimble Thimbles is a small quilt guild in Franklin, Indiana, my hometown. This past weekend was their annual quilt show. There were many vintage/antique quilts as well as new.
The first quilt I saw was one I knew and loved because I've been wanting to make it for years. It's called Budding Beauty, it's a FREE pattern and can be found here.
Next was a vintage Grandmother's Flower Garden.
Another impressive vintage quilt with one inch finished squares.
Just look at all this scrappy goodness.
The Courthouse Steps quilt was folded and displayed on a quilt ladder. I'm not sure just how big this quilt is but it doesn't matter because the width of the finished pieces is a quarter inch. Impressive no matter how large the quilt.
The rest of the in this post are the new quilts that caught my eye.
Of course you can't go to a quilt show without buying something. I'll share my small purchases later this week.
Until next time...
I hope you find time to stitch up something sweet!