We arrived here in Louisville late Saturday evening and so we spent Sunday getting a little familiar with our immediate area. First stop was the Bristol Bar and Grill where they serve a fabulous buffet breakfast. I'm not usually a fan of a buffet but the Waffles with Caramel Bourbon Sauce was phenomenal! We really enjoyed the cheese grits, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, fruit, and pastry but the WAFFLES! YUM!
After our brunch we headed toward downtown and what should appear before my eyes...? An ANTIQUE store. I love wandering through antique stores. I love looking for vintage sewing machines and quilts and the Louisville Antique Market didn't let me down.
I saw this sweet machine and really considered bringing it home but it had some wiring issues so it stayed behind. I loved the name on it...Sew Tex... reminiscent of my Texas home. And then I saw this baby: I have been coveting these spool drawers for years and they are always so expensive. This one was $850! Yikes. It stayed behind too.
And then there were all the quilts. Lots and lots of quilts...
Absolutely Wonderful! I really love to see all the love and commitment put into each one of these beauties. Such inspiration! \]And speaking of inspiration, my last post was about all the inspiration I have received from Bonnie Hunter and as part of that post I had a give-away of her book More Adventures with Leaders and Enders. Well, we have a winner! Congratulations Barbara B! Please send me an email to CottonToQuilts@gmail.com with your mailing address and I'll get that right out to you.
I spent most of the day working in the basement of the new house setting up my quilt area. Tomorrow I'll have it about set and I'll be able to start sewing again. For now, I think I'll spend a little time with my hexie project while I watch a little TV. Until next time...
Piece and Joy,