This quilt is done (no, that's not a finished picture - I didn't manage to take one yet of the full quilt). And I got lots done myself. 5 months of my "Downtown" block of the month.That didn't seem like much, until I counted the blocks (3 each month), and looked at the fact that I have only 4 months left. So I got more than half of them done during the retreat.
I also finished the setting blocks for my block of the week, and started on the 160 flying geese I need for the first month of the guild mystery. This beautiful one is NOT mine. I love the fabrics that were used in this one, and I can't wait to see mine all put together now that I've had a bit of a preview of what's going on. But I'm determined to wait until we have all the blocks, before I start assembling them. 10 weeks to go ...
I love these fifteen-degree quilts. It was great to get to see this one in the two colour-ways, with the light background and the dark.
Another 15-degree quilt - smaller blocks, and a beautiful treatment on the back, with the leftover pieces from the blocks.
There were a couple of round robin projects that came in. The work on this one is amazing - and the fact that each round was done by a different person astounds me. I've never had the nerve to participate in a round robin, but this really makes we want to try one.