Students hard at work-or not! Perhaps they were socializing or eating, there was plenty of that!
A few of the many "Jacks" blocks in progress and some of the many ways they can be set.
I like this chevron design.
This is Angela's in modern fabrics.
A blue and yellow version.
Beginning of a Barn Raising setting I think, it is Andrea's.
This one too appeals to me.
Hmmmm, not sure how this will turn out yet.
And here is my sewing area but my blocks are half hidden.
Angela made a Valentine Mug Rug for Bonnie…...
and I had made two selvedge potholders from some of the "Jacks" fabrics. That brilliant smile of Bonnie's never ends and if you are not a passionate fan you will be once you take one of her classes. She is most giving of her time and talents and entirely lovable!
We made a stop at the SAS store, Bonnie had never seen one before and was rather amazed when she walked in, she said that it was a very dangerous place-to our pocket books yes!
On the advice of Maria, one of our fellow students from Tucson, we ended up here for dinner, good food [the rest of the group enjoyed melt in the mouth Prime Rib] then back to the hotel for an early night! Tomorrow it's "My Blue Heaven".