Thursday, February 19, 2009

Pink Popcorn

How's this for a cute baby quilt. It's made of flannel, minkie and cottons and quilted up just wonderfully, using Permacore white thread, popcorn pantograph and Hobbs 80/20 batting, in just a couple of hours.







Quilt Camp

I forgot to post photos of the spacious room we had for our retreat last weekend. I have a hard time at retreatw where we don't have any room to spread out. This one was quite the opposite with plenty of room for everyone.


The bottom right photo is Christine, from Camp Tecumseh, who finished her 2nd quilt Saturday night. I love that quilt and she did a wonderful job of putting it together.

8 comments:

Mimi said...

What a cuddly looking quilt!

AverettLadyNana said...

So pretty! Soft and cuddly looking! Perfect for a precious baby.

Linda C. said...

I'm jealous . . . I want to go to Camp again real soon! Can't believe it's already been four weeks since my last "fix"! Guess I need to "retreat" to my studio and clean it up, so it is comfortable again!

Coleen said...

I love the panto that you did.
I'm jealous too, I want to go to camp.

Mel said...

Your quilt looks like it would be snuggling up with a cloud!

Mary said...

Cute quilt - I just love popcorn - it quilts up so nicely.

julieQ said...

That is such a sweet baby quilt! Love the curlicue quilting. I am glad you had fun!

Anonymous said...

I love the popcorn pattern, This quilt looks soo soft and cuddly.
Janet