|According to their face book page, this sold at the auction for $1100.00|
|This gorgeous Whole Cloth quilt sold at the auction for $2300.00|
|This Bible Blocks quilt sold for 900.00|
Here are pictures of the general area where they sold baked goods, fabric, linens, books and toys for kids, household items, baskets, food concessions, they also sold homemade cheese and sausages (which we didn't get in on, they sold out quickly).
|That is the church in the background|
|Vendors and that huge line of people at the back of the picture - all waiting to buy cheese and sausages.|
If you'd like to see full pictures of the gorgeous quilts and probably what they sold for (which they should post in a few days, you can go HERE.
One of the vendor booths had these adorable little prayer dolls, they sold for $3.00 each and are made by a 90 year old woman who was affected by the tsunami a few years ago. She makes these to craft and earn extra money. So I bought 3 of them, rumor has it that 2 are for my Aunties and this one is mine:
I mentioned the Amish Vanilla Pie earlier. I found a recipe for it at www.amishrecipes.net
so if you are interested, check it out. I plan on making one so when I do I'll share the pictures and tell you how it turned out.
Once home we were off to the grocery store, then it was home to get some laundry done, and general stuff around the house. Tomorrow I'm making more tomato sauce to put in the freezer - our friend Ken gave me some more tomatoes and there was not way I was turning them down.
So what have you been up to?
Happy Stitches and Hugs,