This wall is all Kaffe.....and this isn't all of it.
Here is a closer look. Notice up above the bolts there are groupings of 6 or 8 fabrics. Those are bundles that they sell. I picked up several bundles, but when it was all said and done I just bought yardage. It was a bit like Hancocks of Paducah - kind of overwhelming. I wanted one of everything.
More Kaffe with some Paula Nadelstern to the left. Over on the display at the right there is a pillow made from Kaffe fabric.
This wasn't all Kaffe, but some of it was. Notice the umbrella made from Kaffe fabric hanging from the ceiling. It was a gorgeous shop, and I wish I had taken more photos.
The bathroom was decorated in a pink flamingo theme. The bathroom mirror had pink flamingo lights draped across it.
There was even a pink flamingo wall hanging in the stall.
This is the beautiful brick building that houses Tennessee Quilts. Jonesboro was a pretty town. I wish I could have spent more time there.
The rockers on the front porch made you feel welcome even before entering.
More views of the mountains on the drive to the quilt shop.
The photo above was taken from the elevation of 2,966 feet. We were a lot higher than that on the drive back through the Smoky Mountains. I wasn't the only tourist taking photos of the signs. There were even people posing beside different signs having their photo taken. Yep, guilty!
Happy Fall to everyone!!!!!!
I am working on my center of the Kim McLean Hearts and Flowers quilt that is in the Kaffe Fassett book Quilt Romance, and I will post it over on the Glorious Applique' blog after I get more of it stitched. Hope you are all stitching today, too.