Monthly Archives: November 2011

Orca Bay – Step 1 progress

I can’t resist it when Bonnie Hunter hosts a mystery quilt.  I’ve done a lot of mystery quilts and have been disappointed more than once…but NEVER with our dear Bonnie’s mystery quilts at Quiltville.  I know I can trust her designs and her colour choices, so I leap in without reserve.

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Orca Bay – Step 1 progress

I can’t resist it when Bonnie Hunter hosts a mystery quilt.  I’ve done a lot of mystery quilts and have been disappointed more than once…but NEVER with our dear Bonnie’s mystery quilts at Quiltville.  I know I can trust her designs and her colour choices, so I leap in without reserve.

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My First Quilt…

Bonnie Hunter is sharing her first quilt on her blog post here with some great stories and picture from her childhood.

My first sewing memories were from a home economics class.  I didn’t exactly take to it like a fish to water but successfully finished the required projects. 

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My First Quilt…

Bonnie Hunter is sharing her first quilt on her blog post here with some great stories and picture from her childhood.

My first sewing memories were from a home economics class.  I didn’t exactly take to it like a fish to water but successfully finished the required projects. 

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Baby Quilt finished!!

Yay! I started this quilt last June at Quilting in the Trees, the Victoria Quilters’ Guild annual summer retreat at Pearson College in Metchosin, BC. The class was taught by Arlene McKenzie and Kelly English and was entitled “Daystripper”. I did two. Well…I actually did one, that’s finished. The first one,

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Baby Quilt finished!!

Yay! I started this quilt last June at Quilting in the Trees, the Victoria Quilters’ Guild annual summer retreat at Pearson College in Metchosin, BC. The class was taught by Arlene McKenzie and Kelly English and was entitled “Daystripper”. I did two. Well…I actually did one, that’s finished. The first one,

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Retreat report…

My satellite group, “Hearts and Hands Quilters” arrived back home on Monday afternoon.  The drive back from the Cowichan Valley was beautiful with extraordinary fall colours lining the highway home.  Soon snow will be here amongst us and a new landscape will be ready for our enjoyment.

I am going to experiment with a slideshow in my blog post because there were a ton of pictures and it would be easier that way.

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Retreat report…

My satellite group, “Hearts and Hands Quilters” arrived back home on Monday afternoon.  The drive back from the Cowichan Valley was beautiful with extraordinary fall colours lining the highway home.  Soon snow will be here amongst us and a new landscape will be ready for our enjoyment.

I am going to experiment with a slideshow in my blog post because there were a ton of pictures and it would be easier that way.

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Retreat Time !!!

3 work days until my November quilting retreat with my “Hearts and Hands” Satellite Group.  After our lunch at The Dog House in Duncan, we are checking in at the Honeymoon Bay Retreat Centre in the Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island on Thursday, November 10th (http://www.honeymoonbayretreat.com/index.html)

and will return home on Monday. 

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Retreat Time !!!

3 work days until my November quilting retreat with my “Hearts and Hands” Satellite Group.  After our lunch at The Dog House in Duncan, we are checking in at the Honeymoon Bay Retreat Centre in the Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island on Thursday, November 10th (http://www.honeymoonbayretreat.com/index.html)

and will return home on Monday. 

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