Thursday, October 17, 2019

One Down/One to Go!

I've been back from my first October retreat and after a couple days of recovery, I'm beginning to get ready for my second retreat. 
I put this table runner together before I left for the first quilt camp.
 I have a lot of pumpkin blocks left to use, so I may take them along---if I figure out what to make out of them--lol! 

The first thing I worked on at camp were my Cheddarback blocks.
This was an easy month for this projectl

Panama Pyramids was next on my project list. All 99 blocks are now complete (I'm making a small version). I plan to put these together at home as soon as my design wall gets cleared off. 

And lastly, I made the 84 berries I need for my Hospital Sketches borders.
It was nice to have a few different projects to work on and it feels great that I will now be able to move forward on a few of them.
 These next photos are just a few of the quilts that others were working on at quilt camp---it's always so inspiring to see what others are doing!

More to come.....! 


  1. You definitely used your retreat time to the max. Cute pumpkins. Can't wait to see those pyramids together. Enjoy your next "sew time".

  2. Looks like you had a great retreat!! Lots of forward moving there. Love those lil little pumpkins!

  3. I really like the way you included the Monkey Wrench blocks in the pumpkin runner.
    That plaid background on the red Cheddarback block is wonderful!
    Your Panama Pyramids is going to be great. I wish I could gather the courage (and find the time) to make a bigger one that the mini I made.
    Look at you organization with your 84 berries.I try to avoid making more than a dozen for any project--I'm a wimp, I know. Your berries look so precise!
    So many lovely quilts made by your retreat friends. I am particularly drawn to the one that uses the different sizes of HSTs.

  4. What great photos from camp. thanks for sharing.
    Like Janet I really like the corner blocks on your cute pumpkin runner.
    Wee that is a lot of berries!

  5. I am not a scrappy scrappy wild colors, but all of the quilts are so pleasing to the eye! Great pictures, thx for sharing!

  6. It looks like you kept yourself very busy on this retreat. And it is a delight to see the variety of projects being worked on there as well.

  7. Looks like you had a great time and I hope the next one is as good! Such beautiful quilts people are working on..... so much talent! Enjoy the next retreat! Christine xx

  8. What productivity you are having there! Good to see someone is getting things done, unlike here. The closest I've gotten to quilt making lately is reading my quilt blogs!

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  12. Cute pumpkins, and nice inspiration from your quilt retreat. It must feel good to have all those tiny circles prepped!!!

  13. I wish someone around here would sponsor a quilt camp. I used to enjoy going when there was a retreat available. The joy of sharing with quilting friends is oh so good.

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