Tuesday, November 13, 2007

What I did at retreat

Boy - Blogger is really misbehaving tonight!!

Here is my work station. I set up the Featherweight and spent most of the weekend sewing together the blocks from the Jelly Roll that I got from Toni (Quilting Pirate)


The Featherweight worked really well -- note my Tazzie mat as well - which I love!




I finished all 20 blocks. I didn't really do much else. I had plans to do a few things on Monday but, with the power failure that didn't happen. I am really happy with how these blocks turn out though.
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14 comments:

  1. The blocks look great Pam - great to get so much done in one weekend.

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  2. Bento Box, right? The colors are great! I hadn't thought of the Jelly Rolls for that, but it worked well. Love the pics from the post under this, too, showing where you were. Looks like such a beautiful spot, it would have been hard to stay inside and sew!

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  3. Wonderful blocks!

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  4. Oh Pam!!! WOW!!! It's going to be beautiful when you finish it!!!

    I consider that very productive!

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  5. Your blocks looks great, Pam! I think you managed a lot - getting all 20 of these ready!

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  6. wow sounds and looks like you had a great time at your retreat.......Love the quilt so far.......

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  7. ciao Pam
    very good and how many work have you done!!!!!!!!
    ciao ciao

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  8. ops...this old Singer is wonderful.
    ciao

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  9. That is a happy quilt......

    I like to see where others work. I get ideas from them.

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  10. Looking sweet! Love the colours!

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  11. OOOOOH, I just LOVE this one (too)!
    It's so fresh and cute, WELL DONE PAM !

    Hugs & smiles,
    NADINE

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  12. I love the blocks, the colours are just wonderful! Jelly rolls are just fabulous things. How fun to see your mat in use - and love the featherweight!
    *hugs*
    Tazzie
    :-)

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  13. Love it AND your featherweight.

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