The quilt show in El Centro is history. My car is unpacked. Nothing is put away. Money is counted and credit cards are run.
For being such an isolated town, the show was not bad. It rained during the drive south, during set up, all night and into the next morning. There were lots of customers in the morning, but it certainly died down in the afternoon. One customer told me all the senior citizens have to take an afternoon nap, so that's why they come in the morning! LOL!! And Sunday was pretty steady. Not crowded but steady.
Here are a few photos of my booth and just a few of the quilts hanging on display. For the life of me, I don't know why so many of the photos are all blurred. I used my iPhone and usually the photos come out better. Sorry.
A very colorful quilt made by Dell Hinshaw using all stripes.
This beauty by Glenda Drown.
This quilt by Sylvia Dupree almost glows.
Very simple but effective by Terri Darr. The white flowers are perfect!
A leather flower pot pillow by my daughter Jill.