Thursday, March 29, 2012

Promised Eye Candy!!!

So did you "wait for it....."? Well, get a cup of tea and sit back to enjoy, 'cause here they come...... These are the promised quilt project pictures from retreat!


Mary's One Block Wonder



Sylvia's Feed Sack Dresden Plates - they soon added up to a very sweet quilt top......






Lavana's Birds in the Air



Becky's attempt to win the *Over-achiever* award!



Pam's Belle Meade blocks in progress



Ruth is making yummy warm stars!



And Betty's sweet Nine Patch blocks glow with their cheddar centers




Amy made these amazing modern Dresden-type circle blocks - I want to make some too!!!


Karen was into fun quilts with this cute Jack-o-Lantern above and the bunnies almost ready for Easter below!





Jean is making Bonnie Hunter's Cathedral Stars.... Karen is teaching this class at Runaway Quilter's Retreat in September & I'm hoping to get in!



Susie is learning how to Salsa - Ole!!!



Teresa C's blocks above are all the same block with different value placement in each - fascinating! She also finished up the inner section of her Orca Bay below - you go Teresa!





Sheila's lovely Neutrals quilt makes me want a large bowl of ice cream ..... Just sayin'!


Melissa's Nine Patches give the illusion of sashing - don't you just love the color play here!


Anne bought these bright fabrics in PARIS! Enough said!



Carole's Edyta Sitar appliqué



Candice doesn't even OWN a sewing machine - all of this is hand work!!! She even applies her borders by hand.... I bow!



Teresa C made this One Block Wonder from a striped fabric ... See below!





Joanne's second Wavy Log Cabin table runner



Phyllis put us all to shame with her amazing free-motion quilting!





Charlie's UFO table runner



Becky's "Picture This" quilt had us on the floor playing with the blocks!



Carole's embroidery is exquisite, especially dressed up with those sparkly beads!



Phyl's appliqué board - Frosty made sure none of us stole it :*}



Charlie's Christmas appliqué in progress..... Nothing like getting an early start on the season quilts!



Pat is working on a gorgeous oriental design



Donna is new to our retreat this year, but obviously not new to quilting as you can see from her star blocks! So happy you joined us Donna!



Sally only has about 80 More of these red, white & black blocks to make - snap!



Becky's braid runner



Roxanne wowed us all with her sweet pastels "Blooming Nine Patch" - anybody else craving cotton candy?




Cathie put the most amazing faced prairie points on this cute wall quilt!




And last but certainly not least I'll leave you with Charlie's "Garden Friends" - one we all agreed was a favorite!!!


Hugs & Blessings!
Teresa
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14 comments:

  1. Wonderful eye candy! Thanks ladies for all the inspiration!

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  2. This was so much fun, Teresa. Thank you for taking us on a tour through the participants' projects. Each new picture was another delight. What a great, and talented, group of quilters!

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  3. What a fabulous you put on for us. I loved the ice cream quilt and the one underneath... how cool. Glad you had a great time! XO

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  4. WOW!!!! LOVE everyone's pics!! We are a talented group hahaha! I had a glorious time this week, wanna do it again soooooon :o))

    Amie :o))

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  5. What a wonderful show of fabulous work. You had a bunch of very talented ladies at your retreat. I'm in awe at some of their abilities. And Candice -- WOW, no sewing machine. I too would bow down to that! Phyllis must be a teacher with the looks of her free motion quilting - just beautiful!
    Thanks so much for taking the time to take such great pictures of all the projects.

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  6. Wow -- what a phenomenal group of talented quilters you have!!! It might be worth the drive to make a visit the next time your group gets together! LOL! Thank you for sharing...and I'm glad I don't have to pick a favorite!!! :)

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  7. Wow!!! I'll have to make several trips to this post! Just wonderful! So glad you became a follower so I could see your work, too!!

    Blessings

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  10. I love Carpenter's wheels and Candice's scrappy one is beautiful . Do you know what the name if the pattern is?

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  11. I love Carpenter's Wheels and Candice's scrappy one is beautiful. Do you know the name of the pattern?

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