Sunday, March 15, 2009

Weekend quilting fun with family

I went to Earling yesterday to spend the day sewing and chatting with my family. We had so much fun. This is my sister, Sharon and my niece, who was helping us...she snipped, she drew lines on many many squares for us. This sister and my mom were making quilts from the book: Jelly Roll Quilts by Pam Lintott. Neither one had jelly rolls, they just cut their fabrics up into 2 1/2" strips.
Here is another niece helping out.

This is my sis-in-law, Amy, who didn't quilt with us, but was looking through quilting magazines. And of course Dad doesn't want to miss out on the chatting and food, though he commented that he knew he didn't have the patience for quilting! He does beautiful woodworking, though.
And then there's Deb, who hadn't ever really sewn until we got her going not so long ago. She started some string pieced blocks last time and was anxious to get back to them. I will post some more pix tomorrow.


Cathy said...

I love sewing with others. What a great weekend you had.

Fiesta said...

Looks like a fabulous weekend though I did not see any cocktails anywhere. :D

Fabric Mom said...

Oh wow, I get giddy when my mother in-law and I get together and sew. I can't imagine all those people helping out. What fun.

Julianne's Machine Quilting said...

Jean It looks like every one is haveing so much fun. What a wonderful way to spend time together.

Christina said...

looks like a fun day.