I’m finally finding time to post more photos from our fall retreat!
Lois made this great “guy” quilt.
Laraine did airplanes.
This quilt is Becky’s. What a striking way to set rail fence blocks!
She also made this crimson and gray quilt for a WSU fan!
Sylvia showed off her embroidery skills.
Marsha pieced this broken star and set the blocks in a very interesting way!
Karen J. put us all to shame. She cut out, pieced AND quilted this at the retreat!
Oh, and she worked on this project and a couple of others as well!
I really tried to bring this quilt home with me. Kirstie made it for her granddaughter with my orange square dance fabric. Her granddaughter’s favorite color is orange, and we have the same birthday!
Tracey had intended to use green as her accent color in this quilt, but she forgot to bring it. Luckily I’d brought some solid red, and in the end, we all loved the choice!
Mary made this lovely, pastel quilt.
The bright yellow in Sarah’s quilt really makes it pop.
Bonnie and her husband specialize in floor coverings with quilt patterns in them!
Julie brought this great family treasure. It’s tied at the corners of the blocks.
She also made this London pillowcase to commemorate the summer Olympics.
Connie had some Day of the Dead fabric that she didn’t really like, so she cut it up and did a string quilt, just like we were doing at A Quilt Block A Day.
Sandy’s group had done cowboy boot blocks, and she was putting them all together.
There are more to come, and I hope I get them up in a more timely fashion!