Wednesday, October 09, 2013

iPhone-o-Gram! Sewing with the Brazos Bluebonnets!

Just about lunch break here in Bryan Texas!

Sisters Choice is in full swing! We have made our center nine patches and have moved on to star points and bonus triangles!

Spirits are high and fabric is flying through our machines.

Check out these cute featherweights-- the black one is the earliest I have seen in class. This machine was gifted to Carolyn's mother, Esther in 1934--the year of her marriage. Neat!

Shirley has her white featherweight she bought about 10 years ago. Isn't it sweet?

It's a great day to be in Texas!


ria vogelzang said...

Great to see all those beautiful quilters sewing up a storm!!!! Sister's Choice is such a pretty pattern! Love your gorgeous pinky Sister's Choice Quilt!!!!!!!!!!!
Have fun everyone there! Whish I could be with you all!!
Love from the Netherlands!

Dirt Road Quilter said...

Its always a great day to be in Texas and its doubly special when you are in Aggie country! Gig 'Em! LOL looks like y'all are having fun!

Josie McRazie said...

Ive dunked in the Brazos River a time or two! Got married not far from where you are! Lived in Navasota, Brenham, and Roans Prarie! (Don't blink or you'll miss the one flashing stop sign!) Is it Bluebonnet time? I forget! They are sew beautiful!

SubeeSews said...

My Featherweight was born in 1932. I may bring it to Lafayette Indiana in 2014. Yes! I will be there!

crazy quilter said...

Josie she missed the blue bonnets by several months, their beauty shines in the spring!