I finished quilting the En Provence quilt from the Bonnie Hunter 2016/2017 Mystery.
I did go to the Road 2 California quilt show in Ontario last weekend. What a great show and I took 2 very fun classes. One was Anita Grossmon Solomon's 2 color pineapple class. I'm making mine in orange and black. The other was an EQ7 class - applique and foundation piecing. I am amazed at all the things I can do in that program that I never knew about. The smart thing would have been to go home and play more, but I haven't yet.
These are the ladies I roomed with.
And the lady in black is our friend Anna K. who was with 2 other ladies in another room but did see us each night for show and tell.
And not only was it a beautiful show with so many great quilts, there was shopping!
I actually bought more fabric and some thread but that was for a friend so it doesn't count. And not shown here are some machine quilting rulers (for domestic machines).
I'm currently working on my nephew and his wife's wedding quilt. I think they have been married about 5 years. It's a pattern called Bravo Indigo. I also got a quilt from my friend Janice that is pinned and ready to quilt. She decided she didn't want to finish it so she said if I wanted to quilt it and keep it or donate it, it was fine with her. I plan to use it to play with my new rulers. It's a pretty modern quilt so it will be fun to play. I also received a quilt top from an older lady in my friendship group who I occasionally do some quilting for. It's her challenge stack 'n whack quilt and she left me some great quilting areas. So I will have a couple busy weeks ahead of me.
Until the next finish....thanks for looking.