Saturday, November 8, 2014

Saturday's Filtered Rays

The blessed sun shone today! It had been gloomy and rainy for several days. My neutrals for the upcoming swap December 15th just got their final rinse through it all and were dry at last.


Yesterday at the Golden Gese Quilt Shop in Concord, New Hampshire, I sewed with The Friday Quilter's.


Maureen was working on some cute machine applique snow men.


Maureen was happy to show  her finished quilt, too. She had put a light blue minky-type fabric on the back for the extra cuddle factor, but she said she really noticed that all the quilting dulled her needle in her sewing machine.


Beverly was doing the snowmen, too.


Her quilt was back from the quilter and looked great!


With a satin backing, the loops, hearts and flowers really show nicely.


Beverly had her bright batiks Drunkard's Path quilt back from the quilter and it looked terrific!


As for me, I was worn out just from pressing Celtic Solstice and putting on the inner border. I must need more chocolate!

Miss Emma Lynne and Mr.Tipper enjoyed the walk back to the house from the clothesline with me. I loved the view of the Rambling Rose hips that will feed the cardinals this winter.


Happy sewing!





3 comments:

Janet O. said...

Lots of happy quilters here. Those are very cute snowmen! : )

cityquilter grace said...

nice photos there...

kristin hartwig said...

"I must need more chocolate." Ditto! Looks like you ladies had fun!

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