I have so many pictures to post from the retreat that I don't know where to start. Here is Cindy's beautiful stack of blocks for Grammy Squares.
By Wednesday, Cindy finished making all of the blocks and started sewing them together. This is absolute gorgeous!
In between visiting with other quilters throughout the day, everyone kept quite busy.
We also ate quite a bit throughout the day.
We could eat in the bar area.....
Or we could eat out on the deck. You can just barely see Snowflake Lake in the background.
We did enjoy our happy hours thanks to my sister who likes to pop a cork or two!
I teach throughout the day. I don't know what struck me so funny while I was teaching. All I know is I like to make learning fun while teaching Leaf Peepers.
Every evening after dinner, we had a show and tell. This is Valery's Country Sunshine quilt made with batiks.
Nancy made a Christmas Ribbons quilt. She validated my thoughts when she said this one was an easy one to make.
My sister Gail, displayed her Zinnie's Choice quilt. She only worked on bindings during the retreat as she's finished so many UFO's over the past few months.
It is so much fun to compare the two Row-Mancing Alaska quilts. Here is Karen's with a light background.
Here's Valery's with a dark background. Both quilts are so beautiful, and the girls did a fantastic job.
Cathie showed us a very happy, and finished quilt.