One of my favorite places to stop during our travels between MI and FL, is Tamarack, West Virginia. Tamarack is filled with wonderful things made by the artisans of West Virginia. Of course I first head to see what quilts are on display.
Here are some of the details up close. Super creative work!
I was also attracted to this house quilt. So simple, so effective.
I have the pattern for this neat swirl table runner. This beautiful interpretation was selling for well over $100. Wow! It's nice to see that they can get just reward for their creations.
Here's the studio where you can watch the textile artists work. None were there when I was. But there were potters and wood-workers in their areas.
These pictures show more displays.
Did you know Fiestaware is made in West Virginia? This display featured my favorite Fiesta colors, scarlet and ivory. They really complement the Christmas pieces.
No visit to Tamarack would be complete without a yummy meal, featuring regional fare, made by the chefs from the Greenbrier. Didn't get any pictures of that though. Too busy drooling, I guess.
If you can't get to Tamarack, West Virginia, you can visit on-line here. Enjoy!