II do not quilt or sew, so when you see this post, you will know that I REALLY, REALLY, REALLY love my bloggy buddies who do!
Really - - - I'm all about facilitating your quilty addictions.
The other day, as we were returning home from the Northwoods we pulled into Osseo, Wisconsin to get a little midday repast at one of our favorite "waterin' holes."
But this post is NOT about that "waterin' hole." No indeedy.
As we parked our car, I looked up and couldn't believe my eyes!!! I've never seen this place before, but as soon as I saw it, I thought of all you, my quilty friends:
Camp Cotton??? Quilting Retreat???? Oh my, thought I, my friends will LOVE this place. But what IS this place????
I did a little googling - - - just 'cause I love you all so much - - - and YOU TOO can take the tour here.
Notice those rates - - - they are for a group of 18, so grab your friends, come to Wisconsin, and take quilting camp together.
And the best part???? You'll get to see our beautiful state.
All I ask is that you let me know when you're coming so I can run over (in the car, duh I don't run) and say hello, 'cause I won't be joining the quilt-along.
Just around the corner from Camp Cotton, I spied this sign. I didn't know it at the time, but it would appear, following a little goolgy investigation, that there is a connection between Camp Cotton and The Quilt Yard.
Well, I have a little "project on the go" that will require some lovely Vintage Dry Goods - - - so I went in.
And I came OUT with these pieces of fabric and stackable buttons.
No - - - I shan't tell you what my "project on the go" is. I shall make you wait and wonder.
I SHALL tell you, that whatever my "project on the go" is, I "ain't a gonna" be the one sewing it!!!
(Notice: No one from either Camp Cotton OR The Quilt Yard paid me to advertise for them, nor did they approve of this message. Other than the nice lady who waited on me in The Quilt Yard, they do not even know I exist, nor do they care that I blog. Just so you know.)