This past Saturday a group of 10 quilters rented the meeting room at Brewster Senior Center.
This is what is over one of the doors there.
We all brought something to work on and food............ We ate and laughed and sewed and shared. It was WONDERFUL.................
Joan, Vickie and I made heartstring blocks and Peg put them together.
Vickie brought desert for us. See the SSS for our group? Not much was left either.
This is a quilt that Kathy made as a gift.
Yes, I forgot to turn the picture before I posted it.
Isn't this just the most delightful label? It actually is on the quilt that Nancy made further down the page.
She also worked on quilting this wedding quilt.
What you don't see is the Beef Barley soup and the White Chili that is in the kitchen. Judy kept making coffee and it was the best...........
Here is the group when we broke for lunch.
Vickie (left) worked on heartstrings and Eleanor (right) was making flannel blankets for a local baby organization.
Kathy (standing) put the binding on a quilt and when Peg (seated) wasn't putting our blocks together, she was working on her Thimbleberries project.
There is Joan stitching away. The machine beside her belonged to the person that could not stay seated but had to go from place to place talking..... (me)
Here is the quilt that belongs with the label above. Such an easy block and if I ever get this hand out of this cast I will show you how.
Ruth brought her flower garden table runner to show us.
And Jean shared her Cathedral Window.
Judy made the 4 patch posy blocks in a class and is putting them into a tablerunner.
Here are Judy, Ruth and Jean.
I still cannot do too much work. After Saturday's adventure I spent the next day resting the arm and taking meds for the discomfort. I think it was worth it.