Yesterday, I attended the 6th fabric sale of a deceased quilter. She did a lot of traditional quilting, taught quilting and left behind rooms of material, patterns and books. Her husband and his new wife have sorted it and offered it for sale. I wish I knew more about her and them but don't. This time there were boxes of her projects for sale (6) and I dallied over them for quite awhile. All of them were hand stitched and she may have done 1-4 blocks or most of them. There were several basket quilts, a dresden which I bought, a couple of moderns, and many traditional, a box of 600 triangles-red and navy,plus, plus, plus. As for the other fabric, it was in stapled bags in boxes. The larger pieces were stacked on two bookcases, 1 piece per bag. While the remaining was several fat 1/4's or portions of per bag-an enormous task of organizing which isn't over yet.These boxes were on tables in 2 rooms of a home built in the 40's in Victoria - Cook Street/Dallas Road area, 1 block from the ocean. The urge was to take it all, just back the moving van up to the door and load it all. Resisting that I collected the following to add to my stash starting with the hand pieced dresden kit I purchased.