I'm sitting in the Salt Lake City airport, contemplating the end to a perfect week.
We left Rae Ann's cabin in Star Valley yesterday morning, all wishing we could continue on for at least another week.
But, reality calls.
We drove back through Salt Lake, where I was dropped off to spend some time with my two youngest children, which was like icing on top of the cake for this wonderful week :)
While we were at the cabin some of us actually finished a quilt.
(*no, I'm not on the list)
Susann completed Survivors designed by Geoff's Mom Pattern Company
Beautifully done in Civil War fabrics.
Rae Ann had placed flannel backed table cloths around the room for us to use as design walls.
It was so fun to look up and see our progress through out the week.
Judi had already folded up and tucked away her Bunny Quilt, but I asked if she would pull it out so I could photograph her work.
Not sure of the pattern name, but you can always contact her over on her blog Live Well With Judi.
She decided to applique the bunny out of wool, and used a beautiful hand dyed variegated thread for the blanket stitch.
When I think of Judi, I think of pink cabbage roses and Shabby Chic.
Judi also worked on a Halloween quilt.
Pattern: 1904 by Blackbird Designs
Judi commented that with all of this practice, she is finally starting to like applique.
Up until now, it had been whispered "the A word" as if someone was swearing.
I'll show you a few more of our projects tomorrow.