It was Crazy Quilters group night at the extension office. The way the calendar days fell, it had been five weeks since our last meeting so everyone had a lot to talk about as we worked on our projects.
Marcella was working on a landscape picture block for a contest at an upcoming quilt show. This is an upside down view...the blue is the sky and the green is rolling hills. She is appliqueing houses and trees on it too.
Lee was sewing up some more colorful log cabin blocks.
She has this neat system of organization...layering her block sections in stacked paper plates, then working on them assembly line style.
Jan is adding the final strip to her black,white, and red quilt. It's really cute with all those polka dot fabrics...
Isolde was sewing these flower blocks that will be used with other type blocks, together in a quilt.
An unusual pattern and just adorable! She has finished 17 of them but she needs 22 total.
I was sewing the binding on that big quilt I've been working on.
Barbara was adding to her stack of blocks sewn up in pretty fall colors.
Stephanie and Dee were cutting fabrics for the next "block of the month" block.
Dee also brought in 2 loaves of homemade zucchini bread to share! Yum!
And here are the June "block of the month" blocks made by those of us who are keeping up.
We are halfway through...with six blocks made and six blocks to go.
Here are all of mine, so far...
As I'm looking at that photo, now I see how bright that blue is in the latest block, and the yellow too.
Well, when it's all finished I will look at the whole thing together and re-make a block or two if necessary....or maybe not!