This is the top, minus borders. Veronica poached fabric from another quilt and got he borders on before she went home.
This was her next project. A mini, mini Mariner's Compass.
As you can see, it is only 6".
This is her Birds In The Air quilt top. It is pretty big.
This is her Blue Ridge Beauty exchange blocks. She did this exchange with her group from the Bay Area Quilt Guild. It is from a Bonnie Hunter book.
Here is Jaggie with a 38" Lone Star using Quiltsmart interfacing.
Here is the finished top.
Here I am with a stack of tops Veronica finished.
I don't know about you, but I'm pooped. Here I am catching a snooze while the ladies eat dinner.
Ok, these are some of the other quilts that were made at retreat.
This one belongs to C.
This one is V's.
Here is P's. We really do know their names, but we don't like to put their full names for safety sake. Better to be safe than to be sorry.
Retreats are a lot of fun. If your guild has a retreat and you have never been, try it out. We had lots of laughs, lots of good food, and great memories that we won't soon forget. Veronica is off to another retreat on Thursday with another group of ladies. Look for those pictures next week.
Here is another one of Veronica's tops.
Here are the stars with the borders.
This is her shades 4 patch.
What fun we had. Thanks C. for making room for us at the last minute.