As you know from my previous post I was gone to a retreat for Memorial Day weekend. It has taken me until now to find the time to sit down and put a post together to show you what all my talented friends worked on. Sorry for the delay.
First I had to show you this gorgeous view. We get to sew at the most beautiful place. My husband and kids came by for a visit one day and we walked down to the water. The tide had gone out earlier in the day and was coming back in. We found lots of sand dollars and seashells and even saw some wildlife. It was a nice break from sitting at the sewing machine. I snapped this picture on the way down the trail.
Without further ado here is what my friends wowed me with this time…
Nan worked on this gorgeous quilt filled with Kaffe Fassett fabric. I just love it!
Here are two beautiful scrap quilts. The first one is Barb’s…
Darlene made this quilt from a kit that she had bought. It is pretty cool because the quilt takes 5 yards of fabric. One yard of five different fabrics.
Alice and I sat right next to each other at the retreat. She was so much fun. And so generous too because when I realized that I didn’t have enough of a line of fabric I was working with Alice checked her stash on a trip back home one day and brought me some. Here is a quilt she made…
She also bound a quilt, made little baby booties, and made this cute bag…
Melanie is participating in a row quilt exchange kind of like the Round Robin I am doing but with rows. She finished this one off with the top row that shows a sun peeking over the clouds. I love the creativity that each person took with their row.
After Melanie finished her row she switched over to working on this very large quilt top. Isn’t it beautiful!
We were all in love with this quilt top Rosie put together with some blocks I think she found or someone gave her. It is all scrappy with cowboy themed fabric. I love the secondary pattern the blocks make when joined together.
Susan is always amazing me with what she can find at thrift stores. She shows up at guild meetings with the most beautiful yarns that she finds there. Well she found all the fabric and the panel to make this quilt at a thrift shop. Wow!
She also made this beautiful Storm at Sea quilt from a John Flynn laser cut quilt kit. I love all the blues.
Amber came by for a visit and stayed to work on a project and have dinner with us. She brought a mini trunk show with her of some of the quilts she had been working on. I thought you might want to see it too!
I took more pictures than that but unfortunately the rest are too blurry. I guess I was really excited to be there and couldn’t always keep still enough. :) You saw what I finished at retreat, but I also spent a lot of time working with this gorgeous stack of Kona solids.
And I cut them like this…
And you will find out what I did with them in my next post! Thanks for sticking around for this long post. I hope you found some inspiration from my very talented friends.