Sunday, October 6, 2013


One of the quilt groups I belong to "Loose Threads" went on our tri-annual retreat to Wimberley Quilt Ranch.  Needless to say, we had lots of fun, a relaxing, beautiful weekend, and lots of sewing.  Our numbers were smaller this time as Angela and Sheila were not able to join us.  Here are some of the projects completed this weekend.

Jan got the center of her hexi quilt done.  Donna and I both have the same kit but sorry, you won't see ours this time. 

Priscilla made this one from a kit she bought the last time we were at the Wimberley Quilt Ranch.

Linda is the queen of Red and White quilts and this one is a cutie to add to her collection.

Vickie made this fun little wall hanging using the Twister ruler.

And I made this for my nephew to give to him for Christmas.  He loves "papa's equipment".

And this is the store front of the Sweet Shop I am making for my sweet Josie girl.  This plus the other 3 sides will be sewn together and fit over a card table.  Won't Christmas be fun this year at our house.  It still needs a door.

Side 2 of the Sweet Shop. Still needs some eyelet lace sewn on.
Side 3 of the Sweet Shop.  It too needs eyelet lace and a window and curtain.

These are the removable ice cream cones and cup cakes and the open/closed sign for the door.

And the last project is a Christmas Tree Skirt for my sister.  It's called "Super Easy Strata Star" and it was super easy. 
I didn't get as much done as I would have liked to.  I was feeling a bit under the weather this weekend.  Thursday I ignored the fact that I felt like a truck had ran over me and the rest of the weekend it was really hard to ignore that I still felt that way.  My bestie's took pity on my on Saturday evening and drove to town to get me some cough medicine and cough drops.  The rest of the group got a lot more done than what I'm showing you but this was all the pictures I took.  Can't wait for our next one in January 2014. 

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