Fog rising from Perkins Lake greeted us each morning on the way to breakfast.
Warning: The following post is photo heavy. Notice how a good time was had by all!
Can you believe how much I had to take just for two nights? Note: The dog stayed home :(
Fun times were had by all!
Janet Houts (standing), co-author of Circle of Nine, Quilting A Circle of Nine, and Log Cabin Quilts: The Basics and Beyond, works on log cabin blocks made from Kaffe Fassett prints for a class she will teach next spring.
Needle, thread, thimble, scissors . . . and some good light make hand quilting a delight - oh, look - that rhymes!
Helping one another is a side benefit of attending a quilt retreat. Loads of ideas and good advice.
Ann Lynn shows off her nifty little basket she made out of 12-inch squares, some batting and some inspiration from the little class I instructed. Sweet!
Here's another example of the quilted basket by our guild president. Is she a jester or a jokester?
Concentration is the name of the game!
Shawn shows off the quilt top she started, and finished, during the retreat. This fun rainbow of scrappiness was put together with foundation paper piecing and went together in a flash! Oh wait - do I see another basket hat?
Frost or no frost, Rose is out for a morning stroll around the lake.
This was Shirley's first quilt ever! I quilted it for her, and she finished it up with the binding this weekend. Way to go, girl!
Always quilt with a smile,