|ready to face the sun|
Of course Maryland rarely has sun anymore, now that we are in the monsoon season.
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Meanwhile back in the workshop...
A few of us lingered over the luncheon table enjoying conversation on the second day of the workshop.
Quilts were made. Fun was had. Food was eaten. Connections were strengthened. Laughter was heard.
The room is spacious and well lit but a person never quite knows whether to wear a swimsuit or a parka because of the capricious temp. changes.
Again, the technique learned was making mariner's compass points with folded inserts of fabric which are then ironed open to reveal perfect points. Most of us came away from the experience wanting to make another one, so that's a big thumbs up on Cheryl Phillips' method.
|all over but the clearing up|
The workshop went very well and many quilts were started. The important thing was we had wonderful lunches every day. Yesterday Diana brought two pies, cherry and blueberry, to share. Today we visited the local bakery and had fancy cupcakes.
|who doesn't love a cupcake??|
Personally I'm happy with my sunflower. My niece ( her gardening blog) will be pleased that it resembles a seed packet.
Off to walk before the monsoons
Go make something today