Sometimes you have so many things to blog about you get overwhelmed and bog about nothing! Well, that’s been my story…. So rather than worry about the August Bee Day and the TVQG Quilt Show plus all the blocks and quilts I’ve been working on, I’m just going to show you the most recent event – September Bee Day – and move on from there!
Lynda was our most gracious hostess for the September Bee Day.
We had quite a wonderful group of JSS’ers at Bee Day! Including the Moms:
Lucky Sue won the TVQG Donation Quilt and Annelle gave it to her at bee! What a lucky girl!
Sue is donating a quilt to be auctioned off at her church. She showed two possibilities, this one and another Texas quilt that somehow I didn’t photograph. The consensus was that she donate the Texas quilt, since this log cabin contains blocks given to her by JSSers (and they contain her favorite BBFs – that is barfy blue flowers 😉 ).
Now, I’m a little confused about this, but I think Karen brought this springy container from Pam for Barb, straight from a visit in Alaska. It is supposed to hold snips of threads in her sewing room. If I’m mistaken on the facts, y’all can clear it up in the comments, OK?
So after a simply amazing show and tell, we chowed down on some wonderful enchiladas (Thanks Bob!), a wide assortment of black bean and corn salads, other salads, guacamole and bunches of yummy desserts. Believe me, no one went home hungry!
Now we’re all getting ready for our October retreat! I’ve already started making piles of projects! 😉