For the Fiesta Days Celebration the local quilting bee hosts a quilt show. It's located at the Pioneer Park on Main Street. They display the quilts so cute, on an old buggy, barns, fences, and porch. There's a $75 prize for 1st place and $50 for 2nd. It's a people's choice award with a ballot box to vote.
I got brave and decided to enter a couple of my quilts this year, a first for me! After the parade we walked over to the quilt show. I was a little nervous when I saw my Skull Quilt peeking out through the trees. I wasn't sure how this one would be received hanging alongside the more traditional quilts.
I stood back and watched for a bit. A lot of people noticed the skulls and then passed by quickly. Some teenagers loved it and took note of the quilt number so they could vote for it.
I found my Row Along Quilt hanging in the back of the house. I have to say this is my all-time favorite quilt.
I didn't win, but it was fun experience.