It doesn't get much better for me than to be able to go to quilt/art retreats with friends. As I age, I find that I appreciate my friends more and more each day. This June, I had the opportunity to attend THREE quilt retreats; I jumped on it! I just got back from my second retreat and wanted to share what everyone worked on. I think the "Show & Tell" is such a fun part of retreats. I sure wasn't disappointed in the variety/number of items made during this retreat and hope you enjoy seeing them.
I worked on a hexagon quilt top that didn't get finished. (I DID get further along than this by the end of the retreat.) This is the top as I was putting it up on the design wall.
Keep in mind that I didn't get pictures of EVERYTHING. People worked on making binding, worked on making blocks of all kinds, and cut out new projects.
Anna worked on several things. This sweet, little owl/frog quilt,
this log cabin signature quilt (signatures are in the squares of the border),
and some fabric postcards.
Debbie worked on several quilt tops--a throw to go with her new living room furniture
and some quilts for little ones.
Mary Lou got lots done--a snowball top,
She also finished this quilt top and made several charity quilts I didn't get pictures of.
Ann finished several projects--two purses,
and a special quilt for her hubby.
As you can see, we had a great time and were very productive.