I’m somewhere on the road in Connecticut on my way home, but I have one more door post from South Carolina. It comes to you from Pawley’s Island Tavern, or the PIT as it is called locally. It is also referred to as “classically shabby” maybe because it is dripping with dollar bills. 🙂
After the wonderful Horry County Museum’s 23rd Annual Quilt Gala last Friday, five of us ladies went for lunch there. I had fried scallops and home-made potato chips – delicious. We sat outside and really enjoyed ourselves. At night, it is something else because of the music venue and the partygoers.
They have a cool sign and wall mural. The door to the unisex single bathroom is red because of the lighting coming from the stage area. The old tree trunk bench is dedicated to “Jimmie Wilson, 1/29/39-6/23/10, Every night is Friday night, and Every day is Saturday.”
You can purchase the Kit for $385, Thread for $165, and the Pattern for $80. For a mere $630, you can get started on a new project.
This is a screenshot from Primitive Gatherings website. I couldn’t get a clear shot of it for all the people gathered around. All of the appliqué is done in wool. Gorgeous piece of work but a little out of my budget.
Linked to Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors, March 2, 2017.