Last weekend I had a lovely weekend away with a group of friends to a cabin at a local camp.
As you can see, we still have a lot of snow here, so we didn't mind staying inside most of the weekend and sewing. We got a lot accomplished too! Here's some of what others were working on (photos of their work used with permission):
Cheryl made a small Sudoku quilt and turned it into a pillow. Just like the game, each row and square has one square of each of the 9 fabrics.
Cheryl was also working on teeny tiny foundation pieced squares. Each of these is less than 5cm (2") square!
Heather was working on a very cute appliqué baby quilt.
Brenda worked on a colour wheel of solids.
Here's a close-up of one of Brenda's pieced letters.
Janice was working on a window quilt with snowflake fabrics, each one unique!
Karen began with several piles of precut bright fabrics mixed with black and whites,
...which ended up like this! She was using Kate Conklin's There's a Square in There pattern but without the white background.
Kathy worked on some sets of placemats with beautiful batik fabrics for gifts.
Teresa started off with a charm pack of bright fabrics,
...and went home with a finished quilt top!
We did get out for a midday walk....
...but no swimming this time around!
Later this week I'll show you what I was working on....