Saturday, February 22, 2014

iPhone-o-Gram! Star Struck in New Braunfels!

It's a beautiful day to be in New Braunfels, Texas!

The sunshine is warm, the sky is blue and the birds are singing a Texas hill country springtime melody. 

We have gathered together, all 29 of us for a day of scrap enabling--Star Struck workshop!

Just breaking for lunch and will be back to work after our bellies are full. 

A big Texas Howdy, and love from all of us!


  1. this is next on my agenda! :-) looks like lots of fun there!

  2. What are those "things" under the round tables? Good idea to bring the tables to a comfortable cutting-hight.
    Ingrid from Germany

    1. Hi Ingrid, In the U.S. they are sold as risers. They are plastic and made for raising tables to a better height. Melissa Lamb

  3. The are bed risers.

  4. Such a great quilt! and it looks like a lot of fun and laughter going on there.

  5. Bonnie, someone needs to take you to the Grist Miller for dinner. It's delish!

  6. Is that an autograph in the one light part of the star in the last photo? It sure looks like it. If so, whose is it? Doesn't look like it would be Bonnie's.

  7. I see someone was thinking ahead! The risers for the table keep backs from aching. No aches means more fun!

    Isn't Texas terrific? The food alone is a reason to go there. San Antonio has The Texas Institute of Cultures which I LOVE TO VIST!!! The Native American items are breathtaking!
    And everything is well done.


  8. Anonymous4:25 PM EST

    How tall are the bed risers?

  9. What a great workshop, Bonnie!! Got so much done and actually learned a thing or two. And those are my blocks in the bottom picture!

  10. Can anyone tell me where the pattern is from or where I can get directions? I just went through 30 years of scraps and "weeded" out. I'm ready for something like this. It's such a wonderful pattern.



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