Remember the great camera snafu of last week? Missing photos?
Well, I do have some from the guild presentation with the Hands All Around Quilt Guild in Bloomington, IL from last Thursday night!
And I have a few from our class days.
Since it is a rainy Monday here at home I thought it would be just as good a day as any to share these with you.
By all means, these are not ALL of them, because many were gone when transfering photos from the camera to the laptop ---
Look at this crowd! Isn’t this awesome?! Since Labor Day has passed and school is back in session, most folks are back from their summer holidays visiting grand kids and far away places and life just FEELS like it is getting back to “normal”, know what I mean?
It was definitely a full house!
Guess who this is!!
I was thrilled to finally come face to face with our own Kevin the Quilter who has been so instrumental in encouraging quilters to continue their great efforts with Quilts of Valor through block drives and other events.
You might remember the latest update post I sent out HERE.
We had a great visit and I was just thrilled to get to meet him in person!
Check out the show & Share quilts!
**NOTE** the MAKER of the quilt is at the podium while helpers hold her quilts, so I couldn’t get both in the photo. These comes without names or faces attached for that reason.
Easy Street from MORE Adventures with Leaders & Enders!
Scrappy Trips from the Free Patterns tab!
Celtic Solstice, Last Year’s Quiltville Winter Mystery.
Pattern to be featured in my next book, stay tuned!
Boxy Stars from the Free Patterns tab!
Patches & Pinwheels from the Free Patterns tab!
This group of quilts traveled in together!
Here you see Patches & Pinwheels, Celtic Solstice and Pineapple Blossom!
Pineapple Blossom is also found under the Free Patterns tab at the top of the blog.
And a sorry-it’s-blurry Smith Mountain Morning from Scraps & Shirttails II in Christmas fabrics!
Now THESE are not mine but….
These are fabric floor cloths! The maker took a class in making floor cloths with fabric…they are treated with a coating so they are washable and walk-on-able! WONDERFUL! This would be such a great class to take and I would love to give this a go!
From class time sharing we have another Easy Street!
And a string Kaleidoscope!
This last trip flew by at such a fast and furious pace – we put SO MUCH into the few days that I was there!
Last night I crashed early, waking in the middle of the night with something that felt like a bit of a tummy bug. I was able to sleep in a little this morning, but I’m laying kind of low today. I’m sure I’ll be fine by Quilt-Cam time tonight at 9pm EST.
My blocks are all cut out, and I’ll be working on Box Kite from my Addicted to Scraps Column! What will you be working on?