…..all covered with vapor…. We have returned from a short trip to Tennessee. Even though the weather was not very cooperative, we still had a wonderful relaxing time. We saw the “choo choo” in Chattanooga,
we toured the largest national military park in America—Chickamauga (hubby is a huge Civil War buff) on the Georgia side,
we stayed in a wonderful mountain log home in Gatlinburg,
we saw the artists and craftspeople both at Arrowmont and along the Glades Road loop,
and ate lots of delicious country food. Talk about flaky biscuits!
Of course, I have lots more touristy photos but I know you aren’t really interested in that!!! You want to know about the quilt shops, right? Well, here’s the loot:
Details of books and fabric will follow in a later post. It’s good stuff so check back.
I do have to share a piece of handthrown pottery that I just had to have. Wish I knew how to do that. Perfect for scrambling up two eggs for breakfast!
And, of course, I can’t travel without a handwork project! Inspired by this beauty and also a desire to whittle at the yarn leftovers, I crocheted a few rows on an afghan.
Now to whittle away at that pile of laundry….