Saturday, October 8, 2011

Travel Day Six

Below is Roger's. Buys for today. He found some specific wrenches that were used on the Chandler.

After the swap field's we decided to find some antique or fabric shops near Hershey. We drove to a small town of Lemoyn. We first went to the Pennsylvania fabric outlet.

Lot's of stuff to look at.

Lot's and lots of buttons, ribbons, etc.

Look at that wall of zippers. They had zippers up to eight feet long!

This is my haul from the fabric outlet. Six yards of white on whites for backgrounds and two yard pieces of two different pinks.

Next we headed to The Antique Market Place

I loved the flower and plant settings they had at the entrance.

This sleigh was so pretty.

Flowers blooming everywhere.

This was a huge antique shop. We were there almost five hours to go through it. They had one featherweight but they wanted way too much for it.

They even had an antique car for sale in the shop......this place was a hugh building.

I did photograph some antique quilts.

This album quilt was pretty.

Very nice hand quilting on this grandmother's flower garden.

This dogwood quilt was beautiful, I almost broke down and bought it.

Look at this hand quilting.

Isn't this applique striking.

Pretty lady quilt

This was a pretty faded pink and white, just the top.

When we left here to head back to our hotel we stopped for a late lunch at a little cafe. And right beside the cafe was Joann's Fabrics, of course I had to go in. So I did pick up some more stuff, Roger picked out the fat quarters which they were having a sale on, only 99 cents each.....yippie!

We have really had a great time, but all good fun must come to an end. Tomorrow morning we leave for the trip home.
Happy quilting,

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