DGD Aimee came again to spend the night with us so she could be a part of the WCQG quilt show. It worked out well since Hog Man had some things he needed to do the morning of the show. She helped me by sitting in my booth and helping out. : ) Then when Hog Man got done with what he had to do he came and I could leave the booth and do a demo for those in attendance. She thoroughly enjoyed the show. Even though she got there at 8:14 and didn't get to leave until after 5pm. She's a trooper. And a worker. I had taken my yo-yo makers and she made yo-yo's when it was slow for her.
It was a fantastic quilt show that was well attended. Karen S. in our group is our quilt show coordinator and does a great job organizing it completely. Members pitched in and worked. Setting up, putting quilts up, taking down, and cleaning up. Not to mention all the before show things--baking items for the bake sale; making things for the country store; getting door prizes; etc. etc. There was also quilts made for the silent auction which was a great success. Some of the pictures turned out fuzzy. :( Sorry