Saturday, May 15, 2010

QUILTER'S ESCAPE GAVE US LOTS TO LOOK AT AND THINK ABOUT!


Above is the house I want to buy if I win that lotto......
Here are Lynn's blocks for her story quilt- she chose cheddar color for the center thus getting an A+ from Mary Lou. You may google "Quilter's Escape" to find out the fun planned for next year!

Cindy's quilt is all ready for her story!


Pat shows off just one of her many flowers-this one is one of the simpler ones she did-she got quite proficient at making some great posies!

Beth's Paris quilt block...isn't it wonderful? Paris is wonderful too.

Cindy made real progress on her blocks! She lives at Fort Bragg.

This is Mary's pine tree block for her border. She is doing a story about her husband. Mary lives in Hayfork which is close to where we had Quilt Escape.



These were the tables at the banquet. We had nice treat boxes with fabrics and goodies in them along with colorful tissue paper. The room was so pretty!

This cow came down to eat my last energy bar-I seem to be giving these to horses and cows more than people lately. Her eyes were so beautiful.


Talk about wonderful color! This heather was wonderful! Flowers and everything else grows like weeds here.

Wouldn't this make a lovely painting or quilt? I loved this scene as I walked to eat each noontime.

5 comments:

Victoria @ BUMBLE BEANS said...

SEW MUCH FUN!!!

Sandi said...

Beautiful inspiring photos once again Mary Lou.

It looks like you had a great group of quilters to share time with in a lovely setting.

Thanks!

WoolenSails said...

What a beautiful place and scenery. I can see why the ladies were inspired to create, it seems like the perfect place to inspire.

Debbie

Rebecka said...

I always love seeing what blocks are created in your classes. But, that chicken block made by Lynn is a knock out. Love it! The houses are beautiful. I would buy one of those houses too if I won the lottery. :)

American Quilter's Society said...

Hi Mary Lou,

A friend on our Facebook Fan Page listed your blog as her favorite quilting blog so we had to come for a visit. You have great projects and a lovely blog, keep up the good work- we hope to see more from you in the future!

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