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The intrepid Brown Baggers spent last weekend in Middletown, RI sewing up a storm.
|Nancy D. assembled a colorful quilt made from a previous year's birthday blocks.|
|Joanne S. was making a disappearing hour glass from a Missouri Star Quilt tutorial. You cut up the large block in the foreground (the hour glass) and reassemble it into the star block.|
|Joannie showed off one of her Bali Bedrunner blocks. Don't be fooled. She assembled it before the weekend... you may have seen it here...|
|Sally was working on her Double Wedding Ring quilt. It has a soft grey background that really makes the colors pop!|
|Joanne S. added a binding to the colorful quilt that we made for Emma, her great niece and our junior Brown Bagger quilter.|
|Kim G. made pillows with photos transferred to fabric.|
|Here's a close-up of the photo.|
|Cordula put bindings on three quilts. She made this quilt with scraps from pillowcases. The fabric features Volkswagen buses.|
|Marion finished the top of a t-shirt quilt she is making for her grandson Wyatt.|
|Cordula added a binding to this quilt too. She likes this pattern so much that she's made it three times.|
|Here's a close-up.|
|Joan S. made a potholder out of leftover quilt blocks.|
|Marion assembled her birthday block quilt. It is the same as Nancy's in the top photo, only Marion has made hers tall and skinny. Both Marion and Nancy D. plan to add outer borders to this quilt.|
|Jo Anne E. created this original design for a table runner.|
|On the design wall, you can see Nancy D.'s Double Wedding Ring in progress. It is all pastel 1930's prints.|
|A group photo. There were 10 of us in attendance but Joan S. left before we took a picture. I'm kneeling at the front left.|
Thanks for visiting!
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