All the quilters accomplished a lot at the retreat, though I did miss getting pictures of everything.
Tammy finished the first quilt of the weekend, a scrappy charm plus 1 yard of fabric quilt.
This is Cindy's 1600 quilt. She's making it a bit bigger and hopes to have it for her grand-kids one day.
Tammy was working on the same quilt, only she added a charm pack. She was working on the borders.
Michelle put binding on this super cute baby blanket she quilted. She was using it for practice to learn to quilt on her frame.
Emilee made several black/white blocks!
Jane made this cute baby quilt with paper pieced hearts. She was learning to paper piece with the Carol Doak beginners book.
Michelle made this placemat and worked on her quilting. She did a scallop throughout it. It turned out so cute.
The back shows the quilting well. She used the Easy Scallop tool to draw on her placement lines before she began. Darlene was working on a table runner in the same manner.
Darlene worked on quilting her grid table runner and getting it all squared up.
Lois made this baby quilt and worked on quilting it throughout the weekend.
Jenn made several bags for her kids during the weekend, when she needed a break from her big quilt.
Bev was making purses all weekend. The runaround bag was her first zipper and she really enjoyed making it.
Michelle made this fancy pillowcase with the scalloped borders out of French General.
Cindy made a Zippy Strippy bag. Darlene and Michelle joined her in making them as well. They used their fat quarters and zipper that were gifts during the retreat.
Jenn spent a majority of the weekend working on this quilt for her grandpa. It's made with all his old shirts. It turned out so neat!
Jane paperpieced this tablerunner and added the pink piping in to make it stand out. Aren't the bunnies so cute?
This is Emilee's Snapshots quilt fro the class she took from me a few weeks ago. We were discussing borders or no borders.
All in all everyone seemed to be extremely successful and get a lot done. I always enjoy seeing what everyone is working on throughout the weekend.