|Here is a photo of the whole gang!|
|Sharon, Sally and Joan S. Sharon and Sally are sisters-in-law. |
Sharon came down from Vermont to join us for the weekend.
|Sharon's braid quilt. Lovely fall colors.|
|Sally's amazing John Flynn quilt, that she started |
in a VQF workshop a few years ago.
|Sally kicks back on Sunday afternoon.|
|Joan is diligently working away on her Kaffe Fasset workshop quilt.|
|Cheryl and her Mom, Jean, are long-time Brown Baggers.|
|Here is Jean's Pineapple Surprise. |
Looks like we're getting ready for Christmas!
|Paula, in headlock, and Terry have been best friends since first grade!|
|Paula's star quilt. I love it!|
|Terry kept her design wall humming!|
|Recognize these lovely birthday blocks? |
Mine were in a previous blog post made up of Asian fabric.
|Accidentally left out Pat's cute baby quilt from Part 1 of the blog! |
One of my favorite patterns, 4-Patch, Plain Patch.
|I am running out of adjectives to describe all the wonderful work our group does! |
Here is Nancy D. with her Forty Fat Quarters in taupes. Can I say "stunning" again?
|Nancy also cranked out two baby quilts...|
|...and a Christmas table runner.|
|Joanne (on right) added the borders to her Kaffe Fasset workshop quilt top.|
|She finished this beautiful Bonnie Hunter |
Scrappy Trip Around the World quilt.
|She also finished this gorgeous Birthday Block quilt.|
|Joanne started working on these scrappy Dresden Plates. |
Can't wait to see how this quilt turns out!
|Jo Ann E. was camera-shy this weekend. Here is one of her WIPs.|
|My favorite breakfast at the Cape Point Inn!|
|Marion prefers the French Toast!|
|Sue, Marion and me!|
|Who is hiding behind my Tumbling Blocks quilt? |
Why, it's Carol! Oops, she is holding it upside down!
|I was a low achiever this weekend. I put two bindings |
on and made two pillowcases.
|Sssh, these skateboarder pillowcases are a surprise |
for my nephews Josh and Sam for Chanukah.
Pugs and kisses,