It seems like I was just saying summer finally got here yesterday and now the end of summer is upon us. I am sorry to see it go.
Rhonda has her Mojo back-I don't think it was missing for very long! The first two quilt tops are disappearing pinwheels. The pink one is on the frame. Just adorable!
This one is a disappearing shoo fly. What a fun technique to make these interesting and cute quilts.
Rhonda finished her braided border. I love seeing how these are turning out.
We had a pretty little visitor today-Harley! This is Patty's granddaughter. Of course at seven years old, all of our talk about quilts and fabric quickly got boring. She was anxious to go to a birthday party. It was nice to meet you Harley!
We had brunch instead of lunch today. Our frittata didn't make it. Poor Peggy had to stay home to supervise a new deck. We missed you Peggy.
We did have delicious blueberry bread pudding that Sheree brought. She is going to give me the recipe to post. Cathy brought a yummy Danish ring, and Rhonda provided tasty watermelon.
Cathy got her Mojo back too! She finished two Halloween table toppers.
And a snowball baby quilt.
Patty's mystery quilt is done, done, done. Very pretty-quilt and girl!
This the Rhonda's brother's quilt. Turned out perfect!
I brought some baby shoes and wallets that I made-but didn't take a picture and didn't do much quilting. I did make a panel baby quilt for my newest grandson Micah, but I forgot to take a picture of that.
Sheree was working on the backing to a quilt she made, Linda was working on odds and ends. She finished a bag. Rhonda was working on her Bonnie Hunter quilt. Cathy was working on her large black, red and white tumbler quilt. I was working on a miniature tumbler Christmas stocking.
Next month, on the 26th, we are going to do a Fall shop hop. We are heading west this time.
We missed you Peggy, Deb and Sue. Hope to see everyone next time.