Thursday, January 16, 2014

iPhone-O-Gram! Pineapple Blossom Play-Time!

What do you get when you combine 40 women, 40 machines, and piles of scrap fabrics?

Tons of fun, loads of laughter – and a whole lot of crazy quilt fun! :-)

Our pineapple blossom day is well under way, we are now on our lunch break before going back and sew some more.

I have a special request to debone a shirt while everyone watches at the end of our lunch., So I will be tackling that shortly!

Temps are a bit cooler outside today – but there is not a cloud in the sky, and the sun is brightly shining.

When folks apologized for the cool temperatures, I told them not to worry about it – we are inside sewing anyway, what does it matter? We've got plenty of warm inside where we are gathered.

It's hard to fit everyone into just a few photos – but take a look at the smiles onthese faces,  and you will know what a good day we are having.

Much love from Punta Gorda –


  1. LOOKING like a great team of quilters.

    Did you notice folks in FL have TANS in the winter! lol.

    Thanks Bonnie

  2. Ahhh Florida. Wish I was there.
    I'm going to have to look up pineapple blossom in the free patterns now!
    Great pictures!

  3. What a great team of happy quilters!

  4. Bonnie Hunter quilt pattern + scraps+ sewing machine = happiness !

  5. What a great day!!! Thank You Bonnie

  6. Those ladies put on great quilt shows in punta Gorda. Check out Sandy's Quilt Shop.

  7. Thank you for leaving your posts up for several days. It's really fun to be able to go back and read several days worth of posts instead of just 2! I love going back a few days to look at all your photos. Thanks again, Bonnie :)


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