Another great weekend with the Tompkins County Quilt Guild members at the Casowasco Retreat below Auburn. I worked on a quilt made from Kaffe Fassett fabrics left over from a Bernina Fashion Show garment.
Carol had some great squares for a Christmas style quilt.
My quilt begins to take shape.
Unfortunately I don't always know who puts up all the beauties which appear all the time here.
The beginning of one of Casey's quilts.
This one will end up as a sample at the Quilter's Corners shop in Ithaca.
There was time for a big of shopping of course.
Then people decided to dress up Carol with some of her purchases.
Did I mention that part of what we do here is have fun?
The finished product.
Casey's quilt begins to look wonderful.
These blocks were a take on Sunbonnet Sue and were made by an exchange group in Germany.
Another one of Casey's quilts.
We had a great time naming this one.
Carol's quilt begins to take shape.
I worked a bit on a wall hanging incorporating an embroidery from Vietnam. It needs more work.
Isn't that a great beginning for a penguin quilt?
One of Ruth White's quilts.
And Casey did another practice piece for Project iron Quilter. We gave her the theme of China.
Labels: Casowasco Retreat