Yesterday was our Tuesday Woolie group. We meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month but last month, we were kicked out of Quiltworks in favor of some kids on spring break who had a class. So, it had been a month since we'd gotten together and we all were happy to be back together again!
Our photographer/blogger, Anna, wasn't there because she's in the throes of moving to her beautiful new house. Therefore, I felt it was my duty to fill you in on all the wool projects being worked on.
Karleen brought more projects that she's been working on while recovering from shoulder surgery. Looks like great therapy to me.
And, once again, Sandy had us all drooling over her finished gems. This is her Comfort and Joy quilt that she quilted herself. It's to die for!
This is her backing. She realized that she's been "collecting" Kathy Schmitz panels for quite awhile and got to wondering what she was ever going to do with them. Well, voila....the back is darn cute!
She made this little cutie from the Civil War Sewing Circle book by Kathleen Tracy. I think the pink alternate blocks are wonderful.
And this one is a little kit she picked up at a shop on her way to Mt Rushmore last fall. We were discussing the difference between the Churn Dash block and the Monkey Wrench block. Anyone know the difference?
Mari just finished her snowmen quilt. She said she's been collecting snowmen pattern ideas forever and finally put them into a quilt.
A few closeups...
Mary R was stitching on her Block of the Week 2011 from Primitive Gatherings. It's going to be fabulous when she's finished.
Our newest Woolie, Colleen, was working on some Sue Spargo blocks. She was snowbirding down south and said "everyone is working on wool". Can I hear a WOO HOO? More addicts to join me!
Nancy was working on this cute one. I love how the scissor handles match the green in the project. I wonder if she has scissors to match all her wool pieces. Hmmm, not a bad idea.
So that's it for another installment of the Woolie Mammoths meeting. We always have such a great time. Lots of "cleansing" laughter!