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Thread: Wanted: Fun ideas for quilt retreats

  1. #41
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    Feb 2011
    Houston, TX
    What great idea! Thanks to everyone for sharing!

  2. #42
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    Nov 2010
    thanks I've been toying with this idea. :thumbup:

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    Aug 2010
    West Central Louisiana
    Quote Originally Posted by Holice
    do you know the dice game "Left, Right, Center"
    Played with fat quarters. If you throw dice and L comes up you pass a fat quarter to the one on left, or Right or put one in center.
    Can get the game at toy stores, Bed Bath and Beyond, etc.
    Last one with a fat quarter wins all in the center.
    I played this at a Quilting Camp last year and it was so much fun with lots of laughter. Our instructor gave each lady 3 fat quarters to begin with and with 15 of us playing the winner at the end of the game would end up with 45 FQ's. During the 5 days of camp we played it 7-8 times. The FQ fabric was beautiful too.

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    Dec 2010
    Norman, Oklahoma
    Quote Originally Posted by deedum
    I like the idea of a little auction, everyone could bring something they no longer wanted and auction it off, or a swap fo some sort! That would be cool!
    I attended a retreat, and we brought a "spare" or unused gadget (that is useful and not just unwanted junk) and then put them all together, had times where our names would get picked out of a small bucket, and you get a "freebie" to take home.....

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    Dec 2011
    South East, PA
    at our retreat 2 yrs ago, there was a "murder" LOL... Someone (or a few) apparently got the hotel staff to let them into the room after everyone had gone to bed. Then next morning, there was the outline of a body in masking tape, things in the room were askew, and there was yellow caution tape in the doorway... to this day, we still do not know who the responsible party (ies) were... but it gets brought up and laughed about every time retreat is mentioned at a meeting ...

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