It was just a skeleton crew of us there...many of our members were out for various reasons... only about half the group showed up.
Three of us brought our completed February blocks...
I tried to stop myself from bringing any of it home but seeing all that yarn made me want to crochet something...so I did fill up a bag with some blues and grays and a dark pink.
The yarn didn't have any stains or odors but I'll probably wash it before I use it.
Let's see what everyone is working on.....
Joan is making pillowcases for a children's charity ( I can't remember which one).
Very cute with kid-friendly fabrics! The one in her machine is rolled up as she sews a french seam.
Lee was working on an embroidery project called "red work" because it's all done in red thread. She is restarting it after having a problem with a background fabric the first time around.
Louise was organizing fabrics and charts for her "Dear Jane" quilt. It's a quilt pattern based on an antique quilt. There are lots of small intricate blocks!
Louise is sewing them all by hand and she has a pretty big stack of them finished...but still lots more to go.
She has developed a system of keeping up with fabrics used and blocks finished...all organized in a binder.
Isolde is getting ahead by bringing fabrics to get started sewing on her March block.
I had just brought some hand sewing since I didn't have as much time as usual after getting there late.
We had some heavy rain and strong winds just as it was getting dark. A good evening to be inside sewing and chatting!