Friday, May 14, 2010

Rebecca's shop - Shipshewana

Here, at Rebecca's, the hours can pass without me noticing :-)
Antique quilts, new Amish quilts, quilt blocks, wonderful tree work, homemade jam - all the best from the best, for me (and y0u)  to enjoy.
I have this feathered star quilt on my mind!
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This basket quilt is from about 1890
Note the machine appliqued (!) handle

Quilts and lovely wood work - a great combination!


Rebecca is telling about this gorgeous quilt
- and my friend Deb buys it !
The quilt will have a good home from now :-)
I do have a soft spot for baskets!


Rebecca and her father outside the shop. The beautiful sign is his work.

I also had the pleasure of attending Rebecca's speech on Amish quilts, without camera in hand.
I learned a lot about Amish quilts, and am eager to learn more :-)



Lappetausa said...

Så mange flotte innlegg på ein dag! Takk for at du deler alt dette fantastiske med oss.

Anonymous said...

Hanne, these photo's are absolutely fabulous, I have enjoyed them all, such beautiful quilts. Oh, how I would love to go there one day. I adore those Amish buggies! Ann ~ Australia

2ne said...

Flott at vi får se alle disse flotte bildene også :-) Ønsker deg en flott helg.

Mary Ann said...

Hanne, so many wonderful pics!
What an experience this must have been! I'm so envious!! LOL!

mchalstrom said...

I'm glad you enjoyed your visit! I live about 40 minutes from Shipshe and love Yoder's and Lolly's. Next time you're coming let me know! Marianne

Pat from FL and MI said...

Isn't this just the greatest shop, with the greatest proprietors? The best of all, to me, is Rebecca's darling mother. She is just the cutest, sweetest thing!

Disaster Diva Debbie said...

It was so much fun to spend time with you in Shipshewana. I hope you are practicing your back basting! The Hearts and Gizzards quilt is happy at my house...and we are happy to have it! What a beautiful quilt that is.

Radka said...

So many lovely quilts!
I see that you don't have "Followers" on your blog. It might help you to identify people who leave a message on your blog. I follow you via my blog, because I could not do it via yours.

Radka said...

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