British readers may remember Bruce Forsythe on The Generation Game helping contestants to remember as many as possible of the items that passed by on the conveyor belt. What they recalled they kept. Well.... look what I won! Perhaps I should offer a prize for the reader who posts the comment identifying the most items! Here's a close up to help you...
Ok. I confess. I should have said, look at haul from my shopping at Quilts UK at Malvern. This woman cannot be said to be responsible for all or even the majority of it but she is my favourite stall holder and was certainly responsible for the majority of my haul at Trentham! She is of course Magie Relph of the African fabric shopI bought 2.5 metres from her some of which deserves its own photo it is so beautiful: ( these photos are actually on their side - Blogger won't let me load edited photos tonight - and the fabric unironed but you get the idea!)We drove to Worcester on Friday and stayed in a ridiculously cheap but very dull room at the Travelodge (all the more cash for hauling!). So that meant two whole days at the show and also two very good meals - Thai and Indian in rather innovative restaurants of their type that we stumbled on in the evenings.
Dennis spent Saturday finding all the Elgar attractions in the area whilst I had a leisurely browse of the show. I do love shows but find that you get a kind of sensory overload so it was great to go back and have a second look. Dennis came today and spent a couple of hours browsing quilts, longer sitting in the sun and listening to sport on his portable radio and a little time choosing this book as a gift for me.
And finally, I collected my quilt after the show was over and came over all Kaffe Fassett's photographer in the car park.