Thursday, March 21, 2013

iPhone-o-Gram! Rollin' ((and Sewin')) on the River!

Midnight Flight is well underway in Portland Oregon!

Four patches are flying!

Half square triangles are soon to commence!

We have a lovely view of the Columbia river rolling by our window as we stitch!

Happy quilting from all of us to all of you!


  1. YAY for the 301A's at the class! Wonderful class machines! LOVE the wooden extension table on the one on the right!

    "Roll on Columbia, Roll On!!" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20ZffI6by3A

  2. Ditto :> YAY for the 301A's in class -- I noticed the wooden table too. You can tell what we hone in on!!! LOL

  3. Looks like lots of fun is being had by all!

  4. Wish I were there :) Beautiful quilts!

  5. Oh, I so wanted to be there - especially since it is my birthday weekend, but I just couldn't swing it. Looking forward to your next visit to the north-west!

  6. Is that dueling 401's I see in the bottom picture? Have fun! Lane

  7. Nope...not 401's. Since I imagine Bonnie's is super busy, I'll answer your question. Those are Singer 301A's.

  8. you mentioned deserts. Absolutely any sweets! What are you eating in Oregon

  9. Any special food in Oregon?

  10. Looks like you're having a blast! Can't wait to see some results!

    Winston Salem, NC

  11. Looks like a great time! I would love to win the book. Pick me, pick me! :-)
    Okay, favourite dessert. Hmmmm ,,,,,, that's tough because I love dessert! I will go with hot apple pie a la mode. Yummy!
    Enjoy the rest of your trip.

  12. I see my friend Mary in one pic! And the 301s are awesome! Side by sides! Must be mother/daughter or best friends...
    I REALLY wanted to be there, but even though I found out about it in the right time frame, it was sold out VERY FAST, and I didnt get paid til the week after I found out. MABE next year, I will be in your class!
    Robin in washington

  13. Key Lime Pie, Please....

  14. Anonymous9:40 PM EDT

    carvel ice cream sundae

  15. YEP, there I am with my Featherweight stitching the day away, with a bit of UN-stitching too. I just had to make it spin the way it was in your quilt. I'm so glad I took your class first!


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