So the sheep I promised Wendy for the Lancaster Yarn Shop windows are now done! Thank you Dad for putting these together with me. It's hard to believe that these were a couple of boards and two dowel rods on Friday.
These sheep coordinate with Wendy's Yarn Shop signs (which are gorgeous!)...but I do think the yellow sheep looks like he's an escapee from Olive Garden.:-)
check out this fantastic sign Wendy had made to compliment her other ones...so cute!!!!
Visitors to Lancaster beware...this is one lovely shop!
So 12,000 quilters are on their way to Lancaster, PA for the Heritage Quilt Show at the Lancaster Host Resort. As I noticed today, many of them have already arrived, and they are ready to shop. I saw license plates from New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Virginia today. I am looking forward to attending the show on Thursday with great company, the rocking Indie spinner Rachel-Marie: www.knittydirtygirl.com, and master art quilter Victoria Gertenbach: thesillyboodilly.blogspot.com.
Here is the flock in the window of the Intercourse shop... (the flock of sheep that is!)
and here's the cutest pic of Max! This horse lives behind the playground at Kitchen Kettle Village. Cowboy Max was ready to meet'him and greet'him. Welcome to Lancaster everyone!