Our destination wasn't too far from the Buggy Barn, and I have always wanted to go there, so we decided to make it our first stop!
As we traveled farther north, we noticed there was much more snow. The roads were still clear, however, so we pushed on. Then came the turn to the Buggy Barn! See all that snow? It was on the road, too!
Getting closer here!
This is not the shop, but it was a darling outbuilding, and with the wagon in front - picture-perfect! I'll show you the outside of the shop later in the post.
We could not believe how small the shop was! If ten people had been inside at the same time, you would have had very little elbow room! Every single space was used - including the ceiling which was covered in quilts! I did my best to get photos, but it wasn't easy in such a tiny space!
All the walls were 3 stacks high in fabric bolts and nicely color coordinated. There were bolts on the floor as well, sometimes 3 rows deep!
Here are just some of the many patterns for sale! I came away with a few!
There was another very tiny room on one side of the shop with more fabric and patterns and these cute flowers on the wall!
I believe this was on the wall opposite from the flowers.
Off that tiny little room, was a very tiny little bathroom - and hey...there were fabric, patterns and quilts in there, too!! I loved this appliqued quilt above the sink!
Another wall in the bathroom.
This fun pineapple quilt was next to the door heading out of the bathroom.
The wonderful quilt was above the entrance to the Buggy Barn. I was tempted to get the pattern, but my "cart" was already full at that point!
Here is Mr. Squash in front of the shop holding our bag of purchases...and he's still smiling! He was a real trooper...there is even a purchase inside the bag for him.
Here are his supplies....a needle punch lap stand, tools and a starter pattern with floss. He's going to give this a try and if he likes it, the two of us might just move on to rug hooking together! What did I get, you ask? Well, I was on a stash-building mission this trip so I purchased some neutrals, more wool, and a few patterns, plus a few gifts. All in all it was a very fun day, and a successful getaway!