• 07Oct
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    More great show-and-tell.  This is Patti’s Double Wedding Ring.

    This Colorwash Cross was her project at the last retreat.

    This time she was working with these great batiks.

    Marsha was making a pretty pastel quilt for her granddaughter’s big girl bed!

    Rosemarie had several Hmong embroideries that she had finished.

    This nativity was charming!

    She did a lot of embellishment on this one.

    This pretty quilt is hers, too.

    As is this black, white and red one.

    Annie was duly proud of this quilt.

    Here’s the back.  She did a quilt-as-you-go technique.

    During the retreat she was working on this Friendship Star with a Twisted Ribbon border.

    And this was the second car quilt she had on the design wall!

    Pat T. (not to be confused with Patti or the other three Pats that were there!) made this sampler from shop hop blocks.

    She also made two pillow covers to match.

    I love the sweet embroidery in the center of this one.

    For show-and-tell she brought her Crossroads quilt.

    She also got this top put together during the retreat.

    I believe this train pillowcase is for her grandson, who has a basement full of trains.

    Sue brought a beautiful Twelve Step Program quilt from my book, Bundles of Fun.  I think this is the most frequently made quilt from the book!

    She also brought this Checkerboard quilt that she’d made, but I heard a rumor that someone else tried to claim it, perhaps two someones!

    Isn’t this soft and pretty.  I don’t know the pattern name, but it’s lovely!

    Sue’s niece is going off to college, and Sue is making a quilt for her in her favorite colors–pink and orange.

    I have to tell you, in high school, my bedroom was pink and orange.  I’m so old, it’s popular again!


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