How do you say “We had a great time!” without words? THIS PHOTO!
As I type up this post this morning from the QPO, the Pieceful Hearts gals are rounding up their stuff, packing the cars and getting ready for a 10 am departure as they have a 6 hour drive ahead of them.
And that leaves time for lunch somewhere, and a quilt shop stop or two along their way!
I will be heading out a bit before they do – I have that dermatologist appointment that NEEDS to happen. I missed last year due to Covid. I have some spots that look and feel suspect to me. So I may be coming home with some frozen spots –
But I digress!
This has been SUCH a wonderful visit!
And that rain? It really only happened during the night if at all.
Design wall full of swap blocks!
And projects in progress!
I just love Leslies blocks – so fun!
So much productivity going on here –
I think our grand total was only 3 Featherweights this time around.
This was just a stack of fabric when retreat began!
Now it is a completed runner – just add binding!
This was something else I watched grow over the weekend –
Everyone was swapping paper pieced flower blocks!
I have do info on the designer or the pattern. But I love these!
Aren’t they fun?
Mix and match the flower tops to the different stems and pots.
(These gals are from Georgia and South Carolina after all!)
If you have info on this pattern, please leave it in the comments section below.
Other works in progress –
Rainbows of color!
Border choosing for some intense embroidery aka Sue Spargo!
We really couldn’t ask for more!
Except for maybe more time.
And as I am also headed out for appointments (wish me luck!) I’ll save the over-the-porch-rain quilt photos for tomorrow’s post so stay tuned!
Have you started your own Rockabilly Swingadventure? I’d love to see your blocks in progress! Feel free to email me photos of your progress!
Fabrics from 1980s all the way to today –
Scraps in all colors, in every genre and variety.
You cheered me on as I made block after block after block in this adorable size – and watched as it was assembled, quilted, and bound.
And now you can start your OWN Rockabilly Swing journey with my PDF pattern which includes the printable paper foundation template.
The introductory price of Rockabilly Swing has been placed 25% off at $9.00 through July 31, 2021. No coupon code needed.
You can also use 8 1/2” x 11” newsprint, though it doesn’t like some printers. (I get jams occasionally on mine) It is also available HERE.
If this is your first time downloading digital patterns from my store to a computer click HERE.
If you intend to download to an iPhone/iPad click HERE.
And YES! We are having a Gift-Away! Did you enter onTHAT POST?
If you are also in need of neutral stash enhancement, hit up Cotton to Quilts and see what Irene has curated just for you!
It was 57 brisk degrees when I arrived at the inn this morning to start on the laundry. 57! And foggy – you know what they say? The number of foggy mornings also adds up to the number of snowy days we’ll have come winter.
I’m not ready to start counting those yet! But that fog may make things a bit difficult seeing my way down the mountain pass. I’m giving myself a bit of extra time and caution.
How does your Tuesday look to be shaping up?
Quiltville Quote of the Day –
Life is a lot like the safety demonstration on an airplane.
You have to adjust your own oxygen mask before you can help others.