You've already seen what I accomplished, but I wanted to share some that I took of others' beautiful projects. This is my design wall, and you might recognize my 4 Roman Holiday stars. The smaller Ohio Stars to the right are my SIL's and the Log Cabin blocks to the left are fabulous, aren't they? 1/2" logs! But check out those drop-dead gorgeous feathered stars that Mary Hickey was working on. She is making an incredibly complicated quilt for each of her children. I wish she'd adopt me so I could get one of these beauties!
This was a beautiful basket quilt that Judy Pollard was working on. She designed it using a computer program and it was fascinating to watch all the blocks go up.
One of my favorite parts of retreat is the "walk through" on Saturday morning after breakfast, where you go through the cabins and see what people have displayed on their beds and walls of their rooms, and also what other people are working on in the other work spaces.
Does anyone recognize this pattern? I was told it was a Buggy Barn pattern, but I contacted them and they said it was not. I would love to make a Christmas quilt like this with the wonky trees and presents!
And here are some of the other works in progress or finished quilts on display. I wasn't fast enough to catch a lot of these very prolific ladies as they would finish one and put it away before I thought to snap a photo. Oh well!