Yeah, so Sewing Summit.
I was blown away, by almost every aspect of the event.
My roomie was my quilting friend from Denver, Amy of
Stitchery Dickory Dock. I would not
have attended the Sewing Summit had it not been for Amy’s enthusiasm and
prodding. Thank you Amy!!
Upon checking into Little America, we tried on the robes and basked in the
overwhelming pleasure that we were HERE.
My sister, Marianne picked us up from the airport and after
unloading our luggage, took us to Training Table, “A Utah Original”. I had been craving their famous cheese fries
I can not tell you how yummy it was!! The kicker is their Ultimate Dipping Sauce
made from hickory sauce and mayo.
Training Tables are found in every college town in Utah! It’s one of the restaurants I miss.
I talked Marianne to taking us to Piper’s, a charming quilt
shop that I knew Amy would adore. I wasn’t mistaken! Amy loved the old
house set up with rooms and rooms of fabrics and inspiring projects.
When we got back to the hotel early in the evening, Amy and
I met up with some bloggers in one of the restaurants in the hotel. It was the first time any of us had met in
person, but it already felt like a slumber party of long time girlfriends.
That night, I decided to use the gym in the hotel and
enjoyed a run, some laps in the pool and finishing off in the sauna. I was ready for bed and excited for the next
morning when the Sewing Summit officially started!
I have decided to break the Sewing Summit up into multiple posts so it can be savored, just like the weekend!