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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

November 2015 sew-in day

Last Saturday we had our fall sew-in day. There were about 20 ladies participating, working on all kinds of various projects. I thought I had taken more pictures than I did, but then I was only able to be there for a couple of hours. I seem to have done more talking than picture taking. I also seem to have taken more pictures of projects than I did of people.
Lorna M. and Tiny C. both brought their projects from the workshop we had in November taught by Karen Howes. This one in Lorna’s
and this is Tiny’s. 
Deb M. was working on an appliqué piece.
Lisa was working on some placements for the Meals on Wheels.
Gail was working on a table runner, destined to be a Christmas gift. This was one of the blocks for it.
Christine R. was working on a Disappearing Nine Patch.
Anne L. was doing a Christmas wall hanging, or maybe it was a lap quilt, I’ve forgotten that part.
Carol V. was working on her project from Jacqui Gering’s workshop from last year. She was laying it out in preparation for pin basting.
Maureen was slicing up some strip sets.
 I’m not sure what they were for, but if I had to guess, I’d say a Bonnie Hunter Scrappy Trips.
Charlene O. was working on her La Passacaglia,
trying to figure out what to do with the borders.
I’m sure you can get a really good idea of the fun being had from these few pictures. The machines were humming and some really interesting conversations were going on. I happened to overhear one interesting conversation discussing Pierce Brosnan..........  I wish I’d gotten around to everyone, and I wish I’d been able to be there longer.

















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