Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Country Rose Group Show & Tells...

I haven't really shown much Sew, Show & Tell for some time now, and that is because I haven't been getting to many of my quilt gatherings for the last 4 to 6 weeks. One of my groups gather weekly, and the 2 other groups gather twice a month each, so I've been missing a lot of female bonding and shared creativity time... 8-(

Last night I did make it to our Country Rose gathering!!!
It was wonderful to see you gals again!!! ... Finally!!! 8-)

This is Gk's wonderful Springy table topper! Complete with bead-work flower centers... Love your color/fabric selections G!!! 8-)
This Christmas table topper is Bs' creation! B is a fairly new quilter... Looking darn good there girl!-friend!!! 8-)
Someone bought a new T-Shirt she had to show off!!!
Awesome T Cd!!! Love it! 8-)This is Rs' lovely Dresden Plates she is just about ready to sash! Very pretty colors R! Looking great! 8-)
Pc was busying herself with hand-quilting this beauty! I think she has her work cut out for her, but she enjoys it, and it is easy for an "on the run - grab and go" for quilt night project! P, you go girl!!! 8-){Sadly, I can't show you what I've been working on until after each of the weddings...}

Here, I just wanted to show you the mushrooms I have to pick every morning, sometimes 2 handfuls, before I let Ruby out, or she'll eat them all!!! Dora doesn't bother with them...
I don't know if they are poisonous, so this worries me.... Can you see me, in my PJs first thing in the morning picking these!?! LOL! 8-)

I am planning to get to our Wonky Bits group tomorrow, so hopefully I will have some more lovely creations to share with you...

Happy stitchings!


Hazel said...

Great quilts as always but the T-shirt is a must have .LOL

orchidlover said...

Great show and tell as always. I've missed them

Love and hugs Gina xxx

Julie said...

Great t-shirt.

Can't wait to see the wedding quilts.

Edna said...

Think those mushrooms growing in the lawn are called Fairy Ring. Here is a link I found about them. Just compare yours to the descriptions they give as they MAY be edible.