Friday, January 25, 2013

MLK Weekend 2013, Part 2

We had 17 attendees at our weekend this year which adds up to a lot of photos! I may have missed a few of the works in progress, but I do try to get photos of any finished projects or quilt tops for the blog.

My friend Pat made two bags this weekend as well as a cuddly little blanket for her grandson, Matthew. No slouch in the speedy sewing department, the previous week she made an adorable outfit for Matthew's Christening, finishing it up on Friday for Sunday's big event (Pat works well under pressure).
This fabric became a gorgeous duffel bag!
I don't have a photo of the finished project--bummer!
This awesome pink zebra bag was a surprise gift for me! YEAH!

Lori made this pretty lap quilt as a gift for her niece.
She also made water bottle holders for her parents. She got the idea on the Pink Chalk Studios blog here.

Paula, on the right, finished the top of her gi-normous Trip Around the World quilt top, done up in Patriotic fabrics and Red Sox fabric.
Lexine was cranking out table runners as fast as Joannie usually makes placemats, but I did get a picture of one.

Lexine was also working on this super cute Teddy Bear quilt. The bears have dimensional ears. Not to be outdone, Lexine's table mates, Jo Ann, Debbie and Valerie were also cranking out the projects.
This is Debbie's completed 2012 Birthday Block quilt.
I love it and want to steal it.

Debbie's Tumblers in batik.

Val picked up this kit at the Houston Quilt Festival
when she went to visit sister, Kathy.

Jo Ann was working on an appliqued baby quilt.

Joan S. was working on a lovely flannel quilt (no photo, sorry) and this lovely Kaffe quilt.

A lot of fun was had by all! A special thank you to Terri for the delicious French Toast in a crockpot breakfast on Saturday and to Lori for the most chocolately-delicious brownies.

Pugs and kisses,

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