Tuesday, November 15, 2011

The Round Up

Hello Everyone,

After six wonderful days at our annual quilt retreat, there were tons of great projects started and finished.  Here is a peek at the last two days.


Lynn finished this lovely gradated quilt.


Deb did a demo of these three dimensional flowers.


Justine took my little snippets of African fabric and made some mug rugs.


Brenda completed this Halloween quilt.  I will be quilting this for Brenda.


Sue finished this repro quilt... tons of work, but totally worth it!


Our newest quilter of the group, Sharon, completed her second quilt!! This quilt is City Harbor from the City Quilts book and can be found as a kit in my shop.  Just click here.


Shirley's Lil' Twister quilt.  You can find the Lil' Twister here.


Jane made this beautiful bag!


Really loving Robin's free form solids quilt.


Maria finished her Christmas Celebration Tree Skirt.  The pattern can be found here.


Darlene finished this gorgeous batik quilt.  I will be quilting this for her!


Joan finished this wonderful Lil' Twister Christmas tree.  Just gorgeous!

There are many more photos that you can see from the retreat on my Flickr set by clicking here.  I hope you have enjoyed all the photos from the retreat and have been inspired.

Until Next Time...


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15 comments:

Mary said...

The Twister Christmas Tree is the best use of the template/pattern I've seen! Thanks for sharing. I'll look forward to seeing what design you quilt on your Retreat friends' quilts. What a bunch of talented ladies!

Nedra said...

Your ladies were really productive. And that is the first I've seen the Twister ruler used for a tree. Thanks for sharing. I always get so many ideas from seeing Show and Tell.

Jean said...

I am *so* loving all these finishes! That is a bunch of talented .women! I bet the ideas were just flowing and flowing..

Thimbleanna said...

Wow Jackie -- what great finishes. It's also fun to see what people are doing with that lil' twister block. Very Clever!

Mommarock said...

What wonderfully talented ladies.. love those finishes. I'm thinking I really need a new Christmas tree skirt.. and soon.. I just don't think I have enough time to make a spectacular finish like that.. but next year... I need to make sure I give myself a task for a great finish.

Teresa said...

So many wonderful quilts. I have to admit though, Sue's and Joan's really caught my attention - beautiful workmanship. I love the lil twister Christmas tree as well. That one just looks l like fun to make.

em's scrapbag said...

Thanks for all the wonderful show and tell photos. I love that African fabric.

Pieces to Love said...

I love them all!

Ivani said...

Jackie, thanks for sharing all these great pictures. You all had a wonderful time. The quilts are awesome, and sure very inspirational.
Everybody did a great work.

Debbie said...

I really enjoyed seeing all your photos during the retreat. I can't believe how many wonderful finishes there were!

Amy, a redeemed sheep said...

Awesome work! Love the Lil Twister Christmas tree quilt.

Carrie P. said...

I have been following along on each post. Looks like you all had a great time. Some really awesome quilts.

Mrs Quilty said...

I really love the Lil Twister Christ tree quilt. It is amazing. Looks like everyone had fun and accomplished a lot. What fun!

Pinkadot Quilts said...

Great quilts, it looks like everyone had a good time!

Linda_J said...

I am too am commenting about Joan's wonderful Lil' Twister Christmas tree. It truly is just gorgeous!

Do you by chance know the pattern source? Book that is an adjunct to the ruler? A friend and I are looking for a project that we can do across the miles once she is free from some wedding insanity at her house. With Christmas coming, this really caught my eye.

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