Maria is a dynamo and after a very full day she went home and finished up her top. Her houses were done differently than the pattern, but this whole class was all about liberated quilt making. Look at the dog hanging out of the window! Check out the home construction fabrics. Fun quilt.
This class started after the lecture in the morning. We got going at noon and finished at 7 pm. I was EXHAUSTED. Heck, I was still tired from my Tuesday adventure. (I''ll share that with you eventually!)
Here's a row of quilters working away. Barbara is the first in the row, Stephanie is the third. I'm not sure of the names of the other two gals. New gals have joined Faithful Circle Quilters since I was an active member and the class was opened to non-members too. The tables were set in "circles" around the center posts that had the power outlets. Luckily we didn't blow any circuits with over 25 sewing machines and 4 irons.
My Love Shack isn't very far along. I do have 5+ string blocks that go on the outside done but at the time I took the picture I didn't have them trimmed up. Being the dog lover I am I had a dog in every window. Sharon and I worked on them Saturday morning. When I was grabbing my strings and scraps and precutting the houses I was thinking "Beach House." So I've tried to use beachy colors as much as possible. We'll see if that is the feel you get once I get this finished.
I'll post the pics from Talkin' Turkey soon. Tomorrow will be a 15 Minute Studio Spiff Up post. Yikes, my studio looks almost as bad as when I started this spiff up. I've got several quilts I'm trying to get done in the next 4 weeks. Sadly, none are for me. Hopefully, Love Shack will become a top during that time. And, maybe I can actually quilt it too!
I'm linking up with Freemotion by the River for Linky Tuesday.
Happy Quilting All!