We had a week-end quilting retreat up north at The Springs sponsored by The Quilted Cottage. Just the best way to spend a week-end with friends and fabric.
This is the 12 Days of Christmas quilt that Temecula Quilt Co. posted during December. The number of pieces in each block increases as the days go by. Isn't that a clever idea? I did add an inner border before the final border and used the same fabric for all four sides instead of two different fabrics.
This snowman was made by Judy. He's been on my 'to do' list for awhile so it was fun to watch her finish this. He still needs his embellishments.
Helen brought a stack of blocks as one of her projects and left with a beautiful top!
Connie has a start on the little houses that are sweeping the blogs. Notice Santa in the window? These blocks had everyone oohing and aahing over their cuteness.
Linda brought a stack of Grinch fabrics and made two wonderful Christmas tops with them.
This pile shows 20 big Mickey Mouse nine patches that will be cut into four pieces and become a Disappearing Nine Patch.
Both Jo and Judy made the January quilt from Kim Schaefer's Calendar Quilts patterns.
A dozen more little cheddar bow ties that will be added to the tin that is currently missing somewhere in my sewing room. Don't you hate when that happens.
Here is my ear buds pouch made from the tutorial at Dog Under My Desk. It was fun and easy to make.
Connie showed me how to make the lacy scarf from the Red Heart Sashey yarn. More about that and Pinterest in my next post.