The public rooms are beautiful! The lodging rooms are pretty basic, bunk beds and bare bones bathrooms. Thats when you realize you're at camp.
Here is the group from our guild that went on this adventure.
And here we are sewing and playing…
|Beth in her baseball cap.|
|Gina, Mary and Patti|
The group at large. I think there were 46 of us.
|You'll notice the snacks readily available.|
|And sometimes, girls just want to have fun|
|Beth put this together while at camp. |
The blocks had been pieced by friend, Marty, as a
trade for some long arm quilting.
|It's hard to see the embroidery, but Beth II pieced|
the sashings and put these
embroidered blocks together during camp.
|Here's my finish, from the Metropolitan Fair|
|Patti did the mystery project.|
|Gina put this together as a gift for her husband.|
|This was a favorite of mine, it was wonky stars with a|
border of three rows of five inch squares. Simple,
but very effective.
|Isn't this lovely?|
|This is Gina's Bonnie Hunter quilt. I think the pattern|
is Easy Street. Gina, correct me if I'm wrong.
|And the back!|
|And Michelle's beautiful Farmer's Wife!|