Look at this snazzy wall system they use for all their patterns. The doors glide along rollers so it makes looking at the the patterns "sew" simple. This would be a great system to have in a sewing room. If only I had the room for something like this, I know I can feel it with patterns. No problem on that end!
Look what just happened to be hanging on one of the pegs. My oh my, how do you like this? It's Spooky Treats. You remember it don't you?
They had some amazing quilts hanging for display. I really liked the look of this star quilt. It's made up with fat quarters. Definately on the list to do.
Look how cute this one is. I just thought all the women on this quilt were cute. So many different fabrics used on it. A great way to use scraps.
After we left the quilt shop we went for ride to see the Big Dam Bridge. Which would be the Hoover Dam. We have been there a couple of times while they have been working on it. They finished up last fall. Wow, what a sight. Well kind of. When you drive over it you can't even see down to the dam. They have built the side walls so high that its impossible to see down, so of course we parked and walked up and walked across the bridge.This is really an amazing sight from here.
Look! I'm just about as tall as the retaining wall. And I thought they were alot taller than that.
From this spot you can see the bridge in the background. Yup, I was up that high walking across the "Big Dam Bridge"!
We spent the afternoon doing a little shopping and had a great lunch at Outback Steakhouse and then that evening it was time to get all fancied up for a concert at the Flamingo.