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Thursday, March 13, 2014

iPhone-o-Gram! Strips and Strings & Crumbs! Oh My!

Just breaking for lunch during our love shack workshop with the quilters of London Kentucky.

We arrived to sew in a brisk 24° this morning – but the sun is shining, temps are rising – and we're having a mess of fun sewing in the scraps!

47 women, all with machines humming, sharing scraps, laughter, and stories of how the scraps came to be in their stashes.

Lunch is a potluck! And you can sure bet that nobody is going hungry! :-)

After lunch we will enjoy a show and tell that folks have brought – and our class will be soon resuming, continuing on until 4 PM.

It's a great day to be in Kentucky! :-)






12 comments:

Quiltingloulou said...

I would love to be in one of your classes. Everyone always seems to enjoy themselves.

Chris Donaldson said...

Scrappy stars are sew beautiful! Have lots of fun everyone.
Hugs, Chris

Sadie said...

These ladies look like they will have a grand show and tell. Can't wait to see the treasures.
Cheers - Dorothea

Mary said...

Reminds me of where we were last year at this time. Rainy Portland on the river. Can't wait to see the Show and Tell. Sometimes known as Bring and Brag, lol

Tina Jennings said...

Love that you share with us your day! I am off work today and spending it in my room watching quilt cam and Piecing away.

Andee said...

Wow that is alot of folks! Looks like a good time, I need to make some of those houses, really cute!

Brenda Davis said...

Have fun Bobbie love what you do I look at my scraps with new antisipation

Julie Vernon said...

WOWOW The gangs all there!!! Looking like they totally enjoy Bonnie-Class too :)

Count down until you come to Pigeon Forge has begun.
Smiles, JulieinTN

Myrna said...

I was in today's class and it was GREAT! If you get the opportunity to take one of Bonnie's classes, run don't walk to sign up. She is a fantastic teacher who makes it fun while you learn. Thanks Bonnie!!

Feathers in my Nest said...

What I wouldn't give to be in one of your classes...it would be a dream come true.......Debra in Ma..

94Quilter said...

Wow, what kind of a facility has enough plug ins and breakers to handle 47 sewing machines? Sounds awesome.

Kim Girdner said...

I have sewn all my life on things from small embroidery to upholstering furniture, but I've NEVER done anything like I learned in your class at London. I so enjoyed spending the day with you and the rest of the gals. Yup, I'm hooked..:)....Thanks so much for a wonderful day!!!