Who knew when traveling for a baby shower that I would be the one coming home with a quilt?
I scored this beautiful antique baby quilt! Isn't is pretty? It is super soft and in great condition. In case you are thinking I should have given it to the parents-to-be, I did offer, but they declined;-)
I didn't get a picture of the quilt I gifted at the baby shower, but I took a photo of the cute onsies decorated. There was quite some creating going on at this party! I am amazed at the uniqueness of each siggy block signed. I am waiting to show those until I get them all back....some were mailed to distant friends and relatives.
My connecting flight back was delayed by several hours which meant I didn't get home until the wee hours of the morning. Luckily for me, there was an exhibit in the airport of sewing machines. Wasn't that convenient?
My daughter was mortified when I pulled out my camera from my carryon bag inside the airport. I don't know why....I wasn't taking any pictures of her, and it wasn't as if we knew anyone there ;-)
It was difficult to get clear pictures with the glare from the glass cases and the backlighting of the terminal, but I did my best. This case displayed children's sewing machines.
Don't you love these antique irons?
My daughter couldn't believe this book, and shortly after expressing disgust that I had my camera out, insisted that I take a picture of the Teen Guide to Homemaking.
Contrary to what my daughter thinks, I didn't take a picture of every display.....but I wanted to....