Tuesday, April 09, 2013

Scrappy Trips All-Nighter in Polokwane, South Africa!

I have been in contact with Linda who had organized a Sew-In with her local quilt shop using my Scrappy Trips pattern!

I awoke yesterday to photos from this wonderful group of ladies, and I am so excited to see what fun they had, ALL NIGHT LONG!

Linda writes:
 Dear Bonnie

As per your request, here are some of the photo’s of our all night workshop using your Scrappy Trip Along pattern. 
We gathered at our local quilt shop at 18:00 (6pm) on Friday night the 5th of April.  In total, there were twelve of us who worked straight through the night until 06:00 the following morning. 
It was very educational and everyone really enjoyed themselves.  We were provided with a meal in the quilt shop so as not to waste any time.  The quilt shop owner (Ann Nel) and her assistants were very gracious hosts and made the evening really enjoyable.
Everyone made good progress and all in all I would say that the evening was a big success.
Thanks again for everything you do for quilters world wide and for allowing us to use your pattern. We appreciate it.

Linda O.

Ronelle's first block

Ronelle’s first block!
Great job, Rose!
Trudie hard at work
Trudie hard at work!
Hester's miniature version
Hester’s gone Mini-Sized!
Linda's progress
Linda’s Progress so far!
Working so hard – ALL NIGHT LONG!!
Linda, thanks for sharing the photos of your quilting party! You did "Quilt til you Wilt!"


beaquilter said...

I'm still working on mine too :-)
(do you know that in feedly your site shows up with NO pictures!? odd, I see other pictures and I can't remember if I've seen your pics on there before- I'm new to reading in feedly)

Kathy's A Quilter said...

Great inspiration! for using up those 2.5" strips. Quilt On Ladies.

Shaz in ZA said...

Fantastic looking quilt shop. Will have to take a day trip there one day to see. Thanks for sharing quilting info from down here in South Africa - at least I don't feel so VERY cut off tnow.
Regards from Sharon in Sunny South Africa too.

evelyn said...

Do you have any tips for sewing the blocks together? It seems that most of mine end up not opposing each other. Love this block and love how you have inspired so many quilters. Thanks Evelyn