Here are some pictures of projects from our last retreat. A good time was had by all!
Nothing says “retreat” like somebody working all day at the design wall 🙂
Don’t know what the pattern was, but I love the way the flowers blend with the background!
Rena was given a circle cutter at the last retreat, and she went wild!
A T-shirt Quilt for a family member
This wedding ring quilt was made to incorporate the fabric napkins used at the wedding!
Here is the finished top that started out on the design wall. It was a Moda pattern.
This was another really big one made using Deb Tucker‘s rulers. I enjoy Deb’s tagline: “Tools for the realist, not the idealist”!
A memorial Quilt made using a man’s shirts
Isn’t this beautiful? And it was large–I cropped out a lot of it.
Detail. These pieces were LITTLE!
Next week I’ll have pictures of some of our quilts for Ronald McDonald House.
Beautiful quilts. I have never been to a quilt retreat but they look like a lot of fun and learning experiences.
You need a retreat! Go for it!
Yes I agree – Peggy you must go on a quilt retreat and experience one 🙂
The quilts are creative and lovely to look at! The retreats must be great fun!
What a successful retreat! These are all so different and so beautiful.
I want to go to a retreat, but I cannot talk my friends into it.
Maybe I just need to go alone and make new friends. 🙂
Some wonderful quilts were worked on during the quilt retreat!
And a good time was had by all