I asked for pictures of the quilts being taught on the cruise and Connie really pulled through with some great photos.
Here are progress photos of Connie’s first class – they’ve had 3 days to work on their blocks and they like looking at each other’s because there are no two alike! I would have to agree – and the more I look at these blocks, the more ideas I get for different colors.
There are two guys in the class with their wives.
This gal had a plan and came with her own fabric and not the precut kit.
Here is Paula’s class project.
And here is Pam’s quilt.
And this gal brought a very helpful flannel board to keep her pieces in the correct position,
I love seeing here pictures from the class, don’t you? I even recognized the gal on the left as Monica Walters who came to our camp in the barn several times.
I personally would like to see Pam and Paula ‘s quilts as scrap projects. Hmmmm…..just what I need – another idea!
And now news from our Readers. This Reader who is ordering Louise and Friends sent a picture of her 16 year old granddaughter who made the Goat Sampler for a fair project. She raises Boer meat goats. This is Hayley’s quilt and a picture of Hayley with Beauty.
Isn’t this the sweetest picture of a girl with her goat? I think so.
And now please make a note of April 19, 2019. Many of you had quilts machine quilted at Country Threads by Ina. She is going to be 90 years old on April 19 and just in case you’d like to remember her with a card, here is her mailing address:
1317 – 3rd Ave. N.
Clear Lake, IA. 50428
I’m so hoping many of you will send a card and maybe refresh her memory on the quilts she quilted for you. A HUGE thank you from Connie and me!