Okay, not JUST did – but about 15 hours ago did!
I left my laptop cord back at the hotel in Huntsville, and I’m now 60 miles or so away in Bryan.
And my laptop has half a battery charge left!
I have a call into them……it’s there – and an email into my guild contact to let them know so they can pick it up and they can mail it home to me..but for now? What do I do?
Write a couple blog posts quick before the battery dies and just know that I am going to have to deal without a laptop once this battery is gone!
Therefore – I’m saving the last of the class photos from this trip for when I can do them from a big computer because it takes a lot of battery power and TIME to edit down photos!
So how about some quilts?
I love this framed 9 patch – it’s framed with the same fabric in the blog --- all solids….Nice!
More Nine Patches!
This one had really great fabric ---love those greens blues and yellows! Take a closer look:
Sweet! 1950s, maybe?
Sort i\of strings, sort of shirts maybe? Definitely scrap bag!
Gingham in all directions!
One shop had hung pictures on TOP of quilts and quilt tops…how do they expect us to see anything?!
Great printy fabrics here….also 1940s and 50s
Pld Bowtie top with fun indigos, ginghams and solids.
This was one section of a great string quilt…the rest was covered with pictures in frames!
How big are these blocks?
About THIS big:
What are the smallest strings you’ve ever done? These were about 2-1/2”
THIS was a fun one! 3 solid triangles in each pyramid and a variety of prings…
And that bubble gum pink!
Oh, I love this!
A classic double wedding ring!
With each arc being made of two fabrics only…except for where she ran out of something!
This is a love!
Stylized tulips in applique!
But this one was REALLY fun!
Diagonal rows of planned rosettes!
The path is a warm brown.
Lots of stripes and plaids and more masculine fabrics….a definite scrap bag project.
I really loved this one!
Country style churn dashes in plaids and stripes and solids…isn’t the fan quilting great?
Happy Gold Gingham!
I’ll try to stay updated through my return home on Thursday via my phone. Boy do I feel like a dunce..left the cord plugged right into the wall!
I’m reserving battery power as much as possible ----good thing this happened at the end of my trip, and that I didn’t leave the cord in Peoria!
Today’s class is Sister’s Choice. It’s going to be a fun day, and I’ll take lots of photos to share when I get home!