|Dorothy got flowers for her birthday!|
There is color everywhere at retreat!
Some people bring mascots with them!
Many of us did some sewing on guild projects.
Vinnie brought the directions for surgery hats for Golisano Children's Hospital.
|Ask Melanie why she was laughing when she made hers.|
Several ladies were making the thread catchers for the upcoming quilt show! (October 19 and 20 for visitors- please join us!)
Trudy was working on dolls for nursing home residents.
Everyone loves to see what others are working on!
And sharing ideas in the modern age means looking at your phones!
Here's some of the projects that are one step closer to being finished!
Susie Spicer made herself the cutest apron!
Susie also made a couch quilt using fabrics she got on vacation. The map in the center was a scarf (bandana?) she found in a souvenir shop.
Lori Anderson picked these out of the fabric pool- or maybe from the free table.
She matched them up with some fabrics from her own stash and is ready to stitch on them- maybe next year.
Lori also had the pieces she made in the Ricky Tims class with Penny Marble a while back.
Also ready for stitching.
Lori made a few more of the blocks from "the Splendid Sampler"
And got this fish assembled. It will be a gift for her husband.
Mary Lowe using up the extra blocks from another project. I think she planned to use it as a baby gift.
Mary loves making "One Block Wonders"!
Shirley Wade pieced these two quilts using jelly rolls and scraps.
Mary Kozub got the borders on a couple of her old retreat projects so they're ready to quilt!
Alex Hammon won a pile of squares in a basket of goodies. She put them together- and got the quilting done! This will be a gift for a friend.
Kathi used two polka dot fabrics to piece this "stretched star" quilt.
Mary Ellen Ames is laughing because she's so happy she got this part of the quilt top assembled!
Kathy Belluscio quilted and bound this piece she put together last year. The center was made during a lecture on collaboration a while back at guild!
Martha Lorshbaugh assembled this top with blocks donated by members of her online guild. It will be a donation at their retreat later his year.
Martha also had fun playing with the blocks Tracy Jachimowicz made in the Paula Nadelstern class a couple of years ago.
Looks like the quilt show will be spectacular this year, right? :-)
Don't forget the march meeting is our annual Community Service work day. If you didn't sign up to bring anything, contact Vinnie. I'm sure she can hook you up!