I just returned from a five day retreat with my Quilters by the Sea quilt guild. I had a wonderful time sewing, eating, drinking wine but most of all visiting with many old friends. Ii loved every minute of it and actually got a few things accomplished.
I finished several quilts by adding binding, made a wallet/clutch, made a baby quilt top and started a hexi project to put on a cushion.
The beginning of a large hexi flower that will be the front of a seat cushion.
This is a quilt that I added the binding to. I rescued the quilt top from a guild boutique, had it quilted and then I added the binding. This is possible my very favorite quilt, ever!!!!
This is a cute little quilt that I made using scraps left over from a prior project. I finished it by adding a faux flange binding while at retreat.
A One Block Wonder that I made a while back but recently completed the top and added the binding at the retreat. Here’s a picture of the back. This is the panel I used to make the hexagon blocks.
Here are some pillow shams that also needed the binding added. Done and done!
Such a cute wallet/clutch/purse. These patterns are surprisingly easy to make if you follow the step-to-step instructions.
This is very hard to see but it’s a really sweet baby quilt that has elephants and geese. It’s just a top for now but hopefully I’ll get it quilted soon.
Overall, I’d say it was a great, productive retreat.
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