You don't actually have to be a quilter to visit this wonderful shop in Cape Neddick Maine called Knight's Quilt Shop. They also carry great gifts, and there is a treasure in the backyard. I had a chance to get a personal tour from Michelle the owner of the shop, she is an amazing woman. When I walked into the shop I felt right at home and felt such great energy. The folks that work with Michelle are all first class sweet hearts. While I was busy talking..quilt design and other girl things with Michelle the boys were in the back enjoying the chipmunks. They have these really cool bird-feeders and the chipmunks gather around and have a great time it's the cutest thing in the world. I had no idea that we were visiting a quilt/nature sanctuary. Thank goodness the boys would have been bored silly! Below are some pictures of our visit. Thank you Michelle for everything ! I will treasure our time together.
For those of you who would like to learn more about Michelle and read her great story you can read about it on her site.
Me and my new friend Michelle(sorry about the photo quality ) the camera setting was not working correctly. (or the hubby was not working correctly) .
Michelle in front of her shop.
Inside the shop . For more pictures you can click here.
I found some Hungarian blue fabric in these adorable fat quarter's. Many of the other patterns she had of mine were all sold out. This one was just hot of the press.
My son Max took this great chipmunk picture.
I had a few minutes with those cuties and this one struck a pose.
This the the Nubble Light house in Cape Neddick Michelle told us about. It is the most photographed lighthouse in the nation. The day we got over to it i was only able to capture a back-lite photo..so I turned it into an old time post card (sort of) .
More Maine vacation pictures coming soon.