Oh, isn't it wonderful to run away from it all with quilt friends? Last weekend was my retreat to Rosa Mountain House in beautiful upstate New York.
What did I work on? Nine Patches, of course!! Her are my rerpo patches. This setting uses exactly 100 - Bingo. I just happen to have 100. I still need to decide on the outer block colors.
Here are my modern patches. I'm setting them with a grey polka dot and a black and white script.
Our hostess, Pat served us delicious food
This is the beautiful view from the dining area.
You may remember last spring that we planned a challenge based on a page from a magazine. You can see that post here.
Margaret's: "Memories of India" pattern is Elephant's Walk' by Bunny Leighton.
Nancy's (who ended up with a horrid cold and couldn't come :( we missed you!
Norma's - (sorry, it was against a window and you can see the other side)
Mine: Our Mother of Mexico; Frida Fashionista
Thanks, Norma, for helping me with my modern blocks color placement. I can't wait to see what she does with hers.
She kept busy making blocks with selvages.
Pauline worked on these four patch posie blocks.
The sewing room also has a lovely view. Renata is busy with prairie points and Elizabeth is sewing away....
Next time I have to get a group shot!
Back here in CT, we are getting new carpeting in 3 bedrooms on Thursday, so we've been slowly emptying them. Good bye mint green carpeting and good riddance!
The sewing room will re-open next week. In the meantime, there always hand quilting on the Jubilee Quilt. Hope you are having a beautiful fall!