I have so much to say about them, I'm sharing them here too and reminding those who read the Country Register that the latest issue has a Scottish inspired design. More about that later.
The first full day we were in Scotland, my SIL and I were dropped off in Inverness to just explore the city. My husband happened to notice a quilt shop and kindly dropped us on that street. As we walked down by the river we went inside St. Andrews Cathedral. Here are a couple of images from inside that reminded me very much of quilting blocks.
While walking up the trail to Dunnattor Castle on the east coast, there were several designs in the cobblestone/pebbly walkway. This looks like the British Flag to me.
Loved this rose medallion at each intersection on Rose St in Edinburgh.
We stopped for cover from an unusually hard rain in the National Museum of Scotland. There was a particularly attractive book cover (from a quilting design perspective) in the museum shop and some antique sewing machines in a clever display.
Later on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, this lovely formation in the cobblestone.
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