Sue finished her medallion quilt and it is well loved by her husband, who it was made for and dedicated to. It is absolutely beautiful!
That's not all Sue had been working on. She did another sock monkey quilt.
This is Sheree's quilt that she made as a leader and ender.
Peggy has been making charity quilts and this is a version of the mile a minute quilt.
Rhonda finished her Wacky Web quilt.
And this little beauty was from a kit Rhonda got during her travels.
And Rhonda's progress so far for On Ringo Lake. She opted not to do the sashing on hers.
This is Patty's version of On Ringo Lake. She did choose to do the sashing.
Here is a side by side comparison of the two with and without the sashing.
Patty brought a special guest along with her today. (Two actually-you can see Harley helping with a quilt above.) Teagan is a birthday girl-five years old. Happy birthday Teagan!
In some of the pictures above you can see our boxes for our round robin quilts. We are moving along to the fourth round. From the notes in the booklet and the chatter about these, I think we are all having fun with this project.
Everyone made it to club today! We all worked on various projects that are on our to do lists. On Ringo Lake, an older group project, baby quilts, bags and even an afghan (crocheted). Peggy, I don't remember what you were working on.
Linda made enchiladas for us. We ate these with salad, chips and salsa, sangria, apple crisp and valentine chocolates. We never have an excuse to leave hungry! Always good food here.
I apologize for the quality of the pictures. I forgot my camera (first time and hopefully last time!).
We will meet again February 24th. Three weeks to get those round robin blocks done!
Stay safe and warm everyone!