Red and White--By the Numbers was there too but I didn't take any pictures of it--since I know what it looks like and it was a side-hanging quilt and it's hard to get good shots of those.
A friend of Pam Dransfeldt, the awesome Joyful Quilter!, took this photo for her.
Shopping wasn't too bad. I bought an old quilt top as a show souvenir from Cindy Rennel's Antique Quilts, www.cindysantiquequilts:
It was a terrific couple of days--I got to see most everyone I wanted to see and was able to have lunch with one of my favorite people, Mary Sorensen. The teachers who know me from Houston, Chicago, Long Beach, etc., all do a double take when they see me in Paducah--that's funny! "What are YOU doing HERE?"
Now to clean off my cutting table, ironing table, put all this stuff away and get back to being creative. When asked what I'm going to do with this new stuff, I simply say: "Put it in the closet with its' friends, the stuff I bought at the last show, and the show before that, and the one before that... If you're a quilter, you get it. If you're not, you never will.