It doesn't take long for quilters to create a home away from home. Sewing machines, patterns, notions, fabrics and way too many projects come out of boxes and bags to create a happy chaos at each table.
|A quiet moment; creativity awaits.|
|Pam looks up from her purple and taupe piecing.|
And the sewing begins.
Looky-looky! "Feedsack Peaks" from Cut the Scraps! Quilter-Janet is a little camera-shy.
Sharon at the design wall. Blocks get set in the perfect arrangement, carefully planned.
Kathy made this two-color block from a paper-pieced pattern by Carol Doak.
Pat made a Snap Sack Quilt, "Harvest Tradition."
My table mate, Gail completed a small quilt top with these colorful squares. Pretty!
Inspired by my surroundings, I brought a woodsy toss print fabric and my scraps, of course! What's this going to be? You'll have to wait to find out!
|Sunset over Blue Mountain Lake|
Magically, at the end of the weekend, all the colorful fabrics and creative energy are stored away for another sewing session on a new day. All is secured safely for the drive home.
|All cleared away.|
Just for a short while, it's nice to get away and just sew.
Until next time . . .