You'll remember this shot from my personal post. What you didn't know is that the "photo bomber" and I have been quilting together for more than 16 years! That's a LOT of years and a LOT of quilts, with the beginnings of another well underway:
The "Speedy Piecer" is off an running:
She's already working on his "big boy" quilt, as well:
Tiffany was posing while pressing:
The Greenville Seven was down to five during this year's Welcome Skit. What's new Pussycat:
The dress code for the "Wildcat Lake Spa Retreat" was pajamas. Our leader, Cath, went a BIT overboard with the curlers in her wig:
Jill and Brenda worked on Folded Fabric Stars:
The eagle has landed:
Mother and daughter shared a sewing station:
Fran is concentrating:
This is the quilt that Carolyn is working on:
Another mother/daughter pair of visitors from The Lodge have come to see what Mary Ann is working on:
She advised us to refrain from pressing the Pinwheels:
Let's stroll to The Lodge to see what the other quilters are up to:
... Is COMPLETE:
Later in the evening, Tiffany worked on her 3-D Pinwheel...
Brenda finished hers, as well:
Good Morning, Day Two:
Afternoon field trip...
... Over the mountain...
... To the top of another...
... With stunning views...
... In every direction at High Country Quilts:
Libby was busy while we were away:
Look at this...
... She managed to complete the top of her Scrap Jar Star quilt:
One more shot. With a helper this time:
Today's "Make and Take" project is a cord keeper:
I still need to make yesterday's project:
Tiffany finished her 2nd project sans applique stitching...
... And started on a 3rd:
Here's a look at how the quilt will go together:
Good Morning, Day Three:
I spent the morning sewing PINK:
Notice anything wrong with the following picture???
I did!! Then my handy-dandy seam ripper got a workout, to help me fix my mistake:
Judy finished her 3-D Pinwheels. Thanks for sharing your extra fabric. Our projects look good with the added variety of colors:
Pinky demonstrated how to make a Wonder Wallet:
These are the pieces to cut:
What a wonderful selection of threads:
The zig zag really blended into the piece:
Quilt Camp Show and Tell:
Yes. There was a story for each. I couldn't recall that much!
Hopefully, you enjoyed the pictures.
Departure Day dawned. I sewed my last 4 seams and packed up all of my sewing gear:
I tried to take in the sights along the way...
... But the driver was intent on getting HERE:
Next time, we will only stop HERE, as the selection is far better:
Although, they DO have their Holiday decorations up already:
Oh, look!! Selvage projects:
Until next time...