Sunday, September 16, 2012

iPhone-o-Gram! Tulip Fields in Indiana!

40 wild and crazy women at Manchester University in North Manchester Indiana!

So far the power is holding up and all the machines and irons have not tripped the breakers!

We've spent the morning string piecing the tulip bases and will be moving in after our lunch and show and tell to the piecing of the tulip tops!


  1. What a great looking group... and quit showing me these in progress... makes me want to make them all the more :o)

  2. What fun! Put the pedal to the metal, ladies! Go!!!

    1. Or, the metal to the (tulip)petal in this case.LOL

  3. Anonymous1:02 PM EDT

    Welcome to Indiana. We were just talking about what we could do to get you to return to Indianapolis. All agreed you were in the top 3 of our most inspirational quilt teachers.

  4. Anonymous1:06 PM EDT

    Why must you create gorgeous quilt patterns?! They are a blessing and a curse. Blessing since the motivate me to quilt, and a curse since I want to make them all and cannot start a new project...except for your awesome mystery. I sure hope you are doing one this year.

  5. Wow - now that's one big group of quilters!

  6. Great!! I've been waiting all morning for pictures and a progress report! 8-)

  7. What a great looking group of happy quilters! Do you get around to see everyone?

  8. Cindy, The Purple Quilter1:33 PM EDT

    They are just lovely, like a garden of tulips! :)

  9. I think somewhere in this group is our very own quiltvilleswap hostess, Subee! Yeay!

  10. What a wonderful group of Bonnie followers. Don't we wish we could be there. I wonder what a group like this would be called? Think like a gaggle of geese. Whatever I wanna. Shirley sbartee@msn.com

  11. Waving back to ya'll fro the coast of S.E. Georgia!~ sewing along with you on Quilts of Valor here. :)

  12. That's quite a bunch of quilters. I'm sure they're all having a great time.

  13. I have never seen such a huge group of quilters - the sewing machine noise must be deafening!! It's a good thing irons are quiet...

  14. Love this pattern! Which book is it in? thanks!


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