Sunday, March 10, 2013

OPP (Other People's Projects)

Last Sunday, the Brown Baggers got  together for our monthly meeting. We celebrated four birthdays with a full day of food. Terri brought breakfast, Sally made lunch, Pat brought the birthday cake, and I brought a veggie tray and chips and guacamole. When we weren't eating, we spent the rest of the day opening four different sets of birthday blocks: Kaffe, batik, reproduction and animal prints (mine). I didn't take too many photos because I was one of the birthday girls.

Here is our guest of Honor:
Pat got to babysit while her daughter went on a short vacation.
Jackie is lucky that Pat gave Matthew back when she returned!
This is Pat and her grandson, Matthew. Isn't he adorable? Everyone had a turn holding him and passing him around the room. He was quite a good sport and didn't cry once. I think that he enjoyed all the attention! Pat said he slept very soundly that night.

Here are some of the other things that the girls were working on.
Lexine was making a baby quilt.

JoAnn was quilting her Dresden Plates.

Joan S. was starting a Bonnie Hunter Scrap Wave.

Carol was making a kitty cat quilt.

Terri and Marion were both working on the Bonnie Hunter Easy Street Mystery.
This photo is Terri's project. You can see a little bit of Paula's Red Sox Patriotic quilt at the top.

More Easy Street.
Happy March Birthday to all of my quilting buddies: Judi, Terri, Sally, Pat, and Jean. And a special happy birthday to 4-year old Juliana, a future Brown Bagger. And a moment of remembrance for the birthday of our late friend Rochelle. Hope there are a lot of exotic male dancers in Heaven.

Here's a big Congratulations to our buddy Kim G. who has her quilts on display this month at Tumbleweeds. If you're in the Cape Cod area this month, go check them out!

Pugs and kisses,

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