A few weeks ago when I stopped in at my local quilt store, I picked up a flyer with information about an upcoming neighborhood quilt show. When I went to check it out over the weekend it turned out to be such a fun event! A quilt group who calls themselves the Vineyard Quilters share their quilts with the public just for fun each summer - there are about 15 of them and most of them are neighbors. The were probably 200 quilts displayed in the yards of three adjacent homes - hung on fences and ropes using clothes pins. The group meets once a month in each other's homes and often work on the same project using their own choice of fabrics. Looks like most of them prefer a cottage style colorway, but there were a couple primitive quilts included. I was pretty surprised to find that NONE of them were bloggers, so I can't give you any contact information, but I hope you enjoy all the pictures I took - here there are in no particular order. Do you have a favorite? I think mine might be the mini quilt that is framed behind glass - I'm pretty sure it'a a Lori Smith design.