The 30s Feedsack section was set up as a baby nursery. Great idea!
Wonderful samples high on the walls:
Lots of vintage suitcases, unfortunately NFS. All kinds of other nice goodies here and I made a very nice haul.
We got an excellent dinner at Market Street Diner while still in Sun Prairie, but also some very important dessert, two pieces of Carl's Cakes. You'll understand why from the photo of the pastry case :-) :
They had a tiny free lending library inside the entrance:
Gorgeous Midwestern scenery leaving Sun Prairie, on to the next destination, Primitive Gatherings!!
No photos allowed at Primitive Gatherings! All I have is the guardian crow of the bathroom light switch! But you all know about Primitive Gatherings, much more than I do, and it is worth a lot to make time to go visit it. We even got to go see the 4-space booth all set up in one of their warehouses as it would look at their next show in California, which looked fabulous! I was good and didn't take a photo there either although I could have sneaked one as I did the Guardian Crow :-) :
Next up are a few shots of the farmstead where the Cedarburg cheddar quilt exhibit was shown and our visit to Ye Olde Schoolhouse, a very special and wonderful shop. I have been making a kit from Ye Olde, one of Sue Daley's patterns, and hope to have it finished or at least to flimsy stage by next post.