...another annual guild quilt retreat. I'm glad they only happen once a year because I always come home Sunday absolutely exhausted. Sunday night I went to bed at 9:30 and didn't get up till 10:30 the next morning.
I wish I could say that I'm exhausted because I worked super hard and got lots done. But then that would be a lie. I worked on a little of this and a little of that and only managed to finish a few projects...projects that were mostly finished to begin with.
My Cathedral Window pillow finally has it's ruffle. While I'm not a ruffle person, I really felt this particular pillow needed it. I'm happy with the result...don't know what I'm going to do with it but I'm happy.
Next I finished these two totes bags that I've had partially done for at least four years. The black and yellow one is my favorite. I couldn't be more pleased with how it turned out.
Unfortunately that's all I have to show of my work because I forgot to take pictures of the other things I worked on. So how about I show you pictures I managed to get of some of the other gals' work?
Donna's quilt...I don't know what to call this thing but I love it! I am thinking it would look awesome in Denyse Schmidt prints...Flea Market Fancy or maybe her new Chicopee line.
Linda's cute little baby quilt...a great project to use a jelly roll for!
Liz's quilt...the blocks are made from jelly rolls strips and background yardage.
This quilt was probably my favorite. I love all the red and black prints and the scrappy look of it.
It was made by Marsha's sister-in-law whose name escapes me. I'm so terrible with names.
And finally here are the Block Lotto blocks we all made. Mine is bottom row, second from the right.
Here's a closer look of mine before I added corner stones.
I'm sorry to say that's all I have. I'll try to take more pictures next year...good luck with that...LOL.
Hope y'all have a great week!
Till next time...