By all accounts from the participants, the 2011 quilt camp was a smashing success. We got so much accomplished, and had such great fellowship with one another.
I'll proceed participant by participant, letting you see the projects, finishes and process of each one.
Lyn was most happy Friday afternoon when she announced that she finished every project that she intended to this week.
Don't they look great? She is very pleased with the results.
Sherrie worked all week on baby-ralated items. Her daughter and son-in-law are expecting #2 baby in a week or so. They live in Honolulu, so all this stuff will likely be shipped to the kids. Sherrie is planning a month-long visit very soon, but she won't want to take all this on the flight with her.
In addition to what I've shown in the posts from earlier this week, this little elephant is now finished.
Sherrie's final project was the creation of one of 3 flower panels. She embroidered this one and plans 2 more, all for framing; they'll be hung in the baby's room. Sweet. And it matches all the lovely florals she's using in the other accessories.
Sherrie's mom, Pat, worked on the brown and blue quilt earlier in the week, and finished up the week doing a wall-hanging of Ohio Stars.
Back to the Tumbling Blocks, Sharon says this is half of the top. She showed it to her daughter who is thrilled to see the progress. Since it is Amanda's quilt, she now is inspired to finish it! I can just imagine how overwhelmed she was at the thought of all those strips tumbled in that bag.
The only thing I have left to show you is my efforts on the Long Road Home.
I have plans to get this top finished this week. On Monday, Sharon will be here at my house to quilt. I should get a lot done then.
So there you have it, the wrap-up for 2011 Quilt Camp!