Sunday, September 5, 2010

14th Annual Outdoor Quilt Show at The Buggy Barn

The day of the show was picture perfect:  temps in the 70s with a breeze, blue skies with occasional fluffy white clouds.  Although the Buggy Barn quilt shop is not large in square footage, it has everything a quilter would want. 

Quilts were hanging everywhere in the shop - even on the ceiling!


Outside, quilts could be found just about everwhere you looked.  On fences, on barns, on wagons, on clothes lines--everywhere!


Unfortunately, photos can't do the show justice.  If you've ever been to the Grand Canyon, Carlsbad Caverns, Zion National Park or Niagara Falls and taken oodles of photos, you know what I mean.  Photos just can't seem to communicate the magnificence. 

Next year is the 15th annual outdoor show.  I am already making plans to attend.  How about you?



  1. I went to the Buggy Barn last July and was amazed at what they can all fit into their little shop. The countryside is so beautiful around there too - I would love to go to their outdoor show - I can believe it was wonderful!

  2. Thanks for posting pictures of the Buggy Barn Quilt Show. It looks like so much fun! As your next project you should consider getting together tour groups for various quilt shows. You would be great.

  3. Wow. Love the quilts on the barn. Thank you for all the pictures. I am so glad you had a wonderful time. You deserved a break from everthing and time to really enjoy this quilt show.

  4. Janet - AMEN! How do they put all that into that small area?! It's just such a wonderful shop with such nice ladies.

    Jean - You know me - someone even thinks road trip and I'm there! What fun it would be to put together quilting, stitching, and antiquing trips.

    Thomasina - The quilts on the out buildings were so amazing.

  5. Wow! Thanks for the quilt show! I have always wanted to see pictures of their show after hearing so much about it!

    In stitches,
    Teresa :o)

  6. BEAUTIFUL! It's looks like you had a wonderful time! Thanks for sharing, especially for gals like me who can't go.