I hope everyone here in the US is enjoying their holiday weekend.
I was ill most of yesterday, food poisoning, but am feeling ok today.
I had to drive an hour to pick up DH yesterday and
had to stop at a rest area for awhile, if you know what I mean.
I wasn't sure I was going to make it.
I went right to bed with my heating pad, when we got home.
Last Saturday I spend a wonderful half a day with some amazing women
making quilts for Margaret's Hope Chest.
Amanda Jean Nyberg was there and who doesn't love to spend time with her?!
We all worked with blocks that others had sent in.
It was a block that Amanda Jean had done a tutorial on.
Oh look, Amanda Jean was sewing too!
This was the set up and there were ~20 women there working.
It was fun day with a lot of wonderful women, making quilts for a great cause!
Here are a couple of finished quilts. (Both sides)
Carin talked about receiving this old quilt and re-making it into this one.
It was really beautiful!
Amanda Jean spoke about her book and was happy to sign a copy for you!
Next was a small show and tell done by Amanda Jean too.
I was the most excited to see Ticker Tape in person!
This is a beautiful quilt!
This is a top that Amanda Jean made using her scraps.
I love the Art Gallery solids she used for the backgrounds.
I have a bundle of these and this would be a great way to use them.
It would also be a good way to use scraps as a leader/ender project too!
I am so happy I was able to participate in this great work day and
look forward to doing so again in the future.
So Carin, if you need/want help setting this up again let me know and
I would be happy to help you out!