|When you can't be there in person, your head on a stick is the next best thing!|
Here is mine. Since I couldn't be there in person, Joannie very thoughtfully put my head on a stick. I was feeling a little like Marie Antoinette when I opened this photo in my email!
|I love my Pug quilt!|
Next, here is Lexine with her quilt. Lexine's theme was Christmas. She is very fond of country colors.
Here is Pat with her quilt. Pat wanted a beach theme and she hopes to hang her quilt at her daughter's beach cottage once it is finished.
Here is Joanne E. with her quilt. Joanne really challenged us with her theme which was, Put the kettle on, call friends, put your purse away, kick off your shoes, take off your hat and quilt!
Berkshire Quilts came to my rescue. Karen redrafted the star pattern to fit Joanne's row size and Kate made me the letter templates); Pat made the row with sewing notions; Lexine added the row of teapots; Nancy D. gave the quilt a funny conclusion with Turn your lamp on, put on some fuzzy slippers, sit in your comfy chair, read a good book and have a martini!
Nancy D. organized our Row by Row swap and participated in both groups to give us an even number of participants (thanks Nance!). She was a busy sewer!
Here is Nancy D. with her quilt that was in our group. It has a music theme. Nancy is going to give it to her niece, who is a musician, as a gift.
|The Row by Row quilts from Group One.|
|If you look closely, you'll see that Joannie is no amateur paparazzo, |
she's wearing a press pass that reads, Official Blog Photographer.
Linking up on Friday to Richard and Tanya Quilts, Confessions of a Fabric Addict and Crazy Mom Quilts. Thanks for visiting!
Pugs and kisses,