I'd put this top together last spring. Layered it this time
A t-shirt quilt for an organ donor recipient
Coasters...well, just one.
A kindle cover for Kelly
Four burp cloths
A second Fletcher quilt
Maureen's picture quilt for her nephew and his new bride - lovely beachy colors
Cathy made this for Fiona out of her t-shirts and little kid clothes. So cute - and a relief
Cue the Lone Ranger theme...Dolores and LA did a jelly roll race - look how beautiful this turned out - Soho fabric
Four nieces and four string quilts in their favorite colors - Dolores is an awesome aunt. This is the yellow one.
The pink one...
The orange one...so striking!
Lori made a Santa hanging...
and a turkey. So cute!
She worked on John's sailboat quilt blocks...
Lots of star blocks
LA - tons of things. We video chatted with her boys and Sean texted that Kevin wanted a turkey pillowcase - so she made two!
A market bag for a teacher
Eleven....yes, 11 pillow/book bags for her babysitting kids
Such a cute girl panel
LA's jelly roll race entry
A t-shirt quilt for Carmel from the 3-day team shirts
For a neighbor who was recently diagnosed
Another cute little girl quilt...
Whew...it was exhausting just typing all of that! Peggy left and then we basted four quilts for LA. She and I rolled next around 10:30. Dolores and Lori left later - and Mare, Cathy and Consuelo stayed an extra night at the Best Western. Have to hear details at the next bee. LA and I talked about a sewing/teaching day maybe in January. Stay tuned......so much fun, girls. Another successful weekend filled with food, fun, estrogen and goat cheese balls. Can't wait till next time....peace.