Friday, October 1, 2010

Huggy Bunch Wednesday

Such a lovely group of quilty ladies and I do miss them when I am in AZ. The absence of two of our beloved members, Sharon and Claudia, is sorely felt. I reconnected with them this week and here's what they were up to quilt-wise.

Norma with a quilt for charity......

Sue and her embroidery machine making dinosaur blocks for a child's quilt.......

Kaye's baby quilt almost finished.......

Pat hard at work........

Elma working on a baby quilt..........

quilters standing watching ............

Lynn's embroidery machine working!

Pat rotary cutting, cutting, cutting................

and our most senior member, dear little Rebecca, 94 years old........
Today our Fall quilt retreat begins, three days at the Uncompaghre Bed and Breakfast



7 comments:

farmlady said...

What fun! What friendship! I just spent a week with a friend in Montana that quilts and makes braided rugs. I learned enough to want to try something. Learning with her made all the difference.
Friends are what life is all about. They can be the "glue" for your life.

Miri said...

What a great group of projects! I just love that last quilt (Rebecca's) with the little girl on a windy day!! WOW-She sure gives me hope that I may actually finish a lot of the quilts in my head (and closet!)

Gari said...

Everyone looks like they are having so much fun. How I wish I had a group of quilt friends like that.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What fun! And Rebecca 94 years young and still quilting! Yay for her!

Bj said...

So Glad You're Having a Great Time, All the projects look wonderful, I especially like Elma's baby quilt. Your Arizona Quilt Group is glad you are having fun and we miss you, LOL Bj.

Loretta said...

So glad that you are enjoying yourself and the bed and breakfast inn looks so cozy...I could live there! Miss you Rhetta

Heather said...

How wonderful to meet the members of your 'Bee'.