Saturday, September 07, 2013

iPhone-o-Gram! Buried in Strings!!

Hello from the Quilters Guild of Dallas!

It's a Virginia Bound Day and we are having a ball!

Do you have a favorite Pandora Station? We've got the Beach Boys channel on and it is just such a great mix!

The day I'd flying as fast as the strips are---

Check out the "Vintage Ladies". In the house--and no, I am not talking people, I'm talking machines!

Thank you, Dallas for the wonderful welcome, the abundant laughter, and the screaming good time!


HoosierKitty said...

Spreading joy and scrappy beauty everywhere you go!

Karen Kluwin said...

I agree with HoosierKitty! The inspirations, teaching, posts, experiences you share are priceless!!
I'm headed off to the San Diego Quilt Show today. Hmmmm....wonder if you'd be there guest one day?
Am looking forward to seeing you live next year---yes, I do read your calendar. <3

Valerie said...

Looks like you're all having fun. What is that on the bed of the beige 404 in the first pic of the vintage ladies? Looks like an interesting seam guide of some sort.

Betsy B said...

Hi Bonnie , Looks like everyone is enjoying the class.
Question: What is the plastic square on the bed of the 301?

Jennifer Schifano Thomas said...

Oooh! Love the pic with the Swoon Block, and of course the vintage machines. I'm always drooling over those! Have a super day!

Beth said...

Love Pandora !! I listen to all the 60's stuff mostly but love that you can mix it all up.
Great machines. Happy quilters. And the swoon block ....wow

Mariel said...

Look at all the smiling faces as they annihilate all those scraps that seem to multiply overnight! What a fun way to spend a Saturday. Especially love those vintage machines and am also wondering what type of attachment that is on the 301 or 401?

Andee said...

I see a Swoon block snuck its way in there! Looks like a good time!

Ruth said...

Thanks for the wonderful workshop, Bonnie! I posted about it on my blog: countrylogcabin.blogspot.com

PS: I'm Gladys - Ruth is my middle name.