Tuesday, May 20, 2014

iPhone-o-Gram! Star Struck in So Cal!

Lunch time in Fullerton and we are enjoying some outside sunshine on a beautiful May Day!

Star Struck blocks are coming together and the scraps are flying!

I hope you enjoy our photos---sending them up quickly so I can wild down my salad and get back to class!


  1. Anonymous3:44 PM EDT

    Quilt dudes! Cool!! I WISH I could get my hubby to sew with me.

    Melissa in Texas

  2. Lets hear it for real men who quilt! Looks like you're all having a great time. I love my Star Struck quilt.

  3. Looks like fun! Cool to see the real guys who quilt!

  4. Isn't Fullerton a nice place with such great folks? LOL
    PLEASE stay far away from those horrid forest fires....please!
    I feel so very sadden to see people's homes and life's just be burned out like that. THEY WILL NEED QUILTS FOR COMFORT!!!!

    Smiles and hugs

  5. It is great to see men in the class. My husband is the one who got me into sewing and quilting and now he won't do anything.

  6. Is that a 301 two tone Singer; just like the one I just bought.

  7. Anonymous9:35 PM EDT

    I asked my husband to do patchwork with me, but he didn't think it was for him.
    Then I bought a cutter ruler combo, where the rotary cutter slides along the ruler.
    Now he does most of my cutting, which has never been my favourite part. He actually does a better job than I ever did, perfectly precise.

  8. Those handsome quilting guys belong to Stella and I. It is great that the four of us share the same hobby, going to quilt shows and weekend retreats. Stella and I really enjoy listening to the guys talk about their fearless scrap leader (Bonnie).

  9. I'd love to know more about those 2 personal sewing tables. lindabee444@gmail.com

  10. Yes, real men do quilt! Glad to see the guys in your class! Everybody looks like they're having a great time. Be well. Lane


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