Almost 40 of us swarmed into Old Oak Ranch, by cars, trucks and SUVs stuffed with sewing machines, boxes of fabric and thread and quilt tops awaiting the next step; rotary cutters and rulers, ironing boards and irons; and kaleidoscope colors swirling in our heads. It's twice-annual Quilt Camp, 4½ days of nonstop quilting, good food and camaraderie.
|Mats, rotary cutters and cutting rulers, for the non quilters among you|
|At the cutting table|
|Barb's multi year project|
|Snack Table: We had to have a smaller table this camp for snacks.|
More nutritious items will eventually show up on the table.
|Kaaren at play|
|Click to see snow flakes.|
|No picnic on opening day|
It didn't take long for fabric to be cut, sewing machines to whir, seams to be pressed, quilt blocks to go up on the walls, and the din of voices to fill the work rooms as people got acquainted and updated old friendships.
My Internet connection has been a little dicey since I got home, so hope to see you tomorrow.