Last weekend we went to the Threadbangers' (local Quilt Group of which I'm not a member) first quilt show. This was being held in a local village hall and when we got there there were Morris Dancers on the Green. It was a lovely show, small but the quilts were varied and well made. There were a couple of traders and plenty of small sewing related items for sale. They made over £2000 for the Help for Heros charity. Well done Threadbangers. One item which I loved was a quilted Wendy house made by the group. . Here are some photos.
|Morris Dancers outside of the Inn|
|Village Hall where the Quilt show was held.|
|Quilted Wendy House.|
|I've been meaning to show you these monoliths for some time now and keep forgetting. Every time we go to Boroughbridge for 'woody things' for Keith we pass them.|
|They are called the 'Devil's Arrows' and are prehistoric but the reason why three should be stood in a row (one on one side of the road the other two in a field on the other side of the road) is anybodys guess.|