This is the guild's Gift Gallery, which offered many new and gently-used items, along with hand-crafted items, for sale.
This view of the show floor shows some of the benches that guests could use for a rest. In the background you can see a bit of the 2nd floor concession area.
I had six quilts hung at the show, but only took pictures of four:
The quilt on the bottom left is Sea Kelp, and the quilt on the right is Night & Day.
The quilt on the left is Blocks #4, and the one on the right is Jet Trails #5.
The challenge quilt contest was sponsored by Blank Textiles, and there were many clever entries.
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Dear Ms. DeCamp: Thank you for your generosity in sharing photos and comments about the process of building your studio addition. I'm planning to build a dyeing/quilting studio above my garage and appreciated being able to see your studio in progress. Again, thanks for being so generous with the information.
Patricia Hensley, Sunriver, OR
You're welcome! If you're interested in the timberframe construction, the company who built our studio is currently building in SW Portland... www.newenergyworks.com/vermontstreet
Or let me know if you have any questions about the design/planning we did. Marcia
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