Last week we were on vacation and spent a few days out of state with family. On the way home up I-77 in West Virginia, at exit 45, I made a quick stop at Tamarack to view some locally made quilts.
If you haven’t been to Tamarack, everything inside was hand made by crafters in West Virginia. It’s a treasure of items handmade in my state, and I love an excuse to stop in! The building itself was even designed to look like a quilt. If viewed from above, the Tamarack building resembles a starburst quilt pattern. When you walk up to the doors on foot, the roof line might remind you of the mountains of our beautiful state.
And now, a photo heavy post so you can see a few of the beautiful quilts found at Tamarack. I love the denim pillows on the bed in this one, too. Pockets!
I’d love to have this spinning wheel, too!
I took this photo because I love the art glass hanging over the table. Can you see it?
Here’s a slightly closer look, although these photos just didn’t capture the sparkle. It was beautiful!
We’re home now and back to our normal schedule, so I’m back to working on my own quilts again. I hope to be showing you my next two Super Mario Bros. quilt blocks soon!