and there was a woman (a long arm quilter by business, although that is not why she was there) who was selling vintage quilt tops and materials because she had so much she was never going to quilt them all. I bought two tops at a very reasonable price. I will take pictures of them and I hope to post them tomorrow once my niece shows me how to do it. But I will post and put them in the picture section. I am on cloud nine because I love vintage quilts, 20's, 30's and 40's, and these two tops fit right in. They are very nice looking, no rips, tears or spots. I haven't decided if I am going to keep them as they are or use reproduction fabrics for borders and backing and have them quilted. The women did have some that she finished and quilted and they did look very nice. I may be opening a Pandora's box, but how do you feel about finishing vintage quilts? I bought them because they are beautiful, not to sell, so I guess you could say they are not an investment. I plan to leave them to my niece when the time comes.