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Thread: Projects made at retreat

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    Super Member RuthFru's Avatar
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    In December I was very fortunate to be able to go to the 3 day Elenor Burns Retreat in Punta Gorda, FL. Here are the items we made in the classes. We learned a lot and had a blast doing it. If you look close you will see where Elenor signed our barn quilts.

    D9P made on a serger
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    Barn (not paper pieced)
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    My favorite
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    wonderful, thanks for sharing and I bet you had fun at the retreat

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    Wow - beautiful quilts! I agree with your 'fav' pick :) Sounds like an amazing weekend! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    nice quilts

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    All are so nice, wow.....u did all this in 3 days? What was the name of the pattern for the first one, so pretty......that is my favorite one.


    Shar-Quilted Dogs

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    Right... all in 3 days wow. They are all beautiful really!
    you wrote "D9P made on a serger" I did not know we could use a serger. First time I hear that!

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    WOW, very nice. I think I might have to check into going on a retreat, I think I would love it.

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    Looks like you had a busy three days!!! You did awesome and I agree with your fav...it's mine too!

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    What a great effort over 3 days. They are all beautiful and varied. Thank you for sharing.

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    Your quilting projects are beautiful and I love the colors in your quilt. About 16 years ago, right after I got my serger, I made two king size log quilts from Eleanor Burns Quilt in a Day. It went together so fast and the seams were so accurately 1/4 inch. I loved making it on the serger, but I dare told no one, as it was not the traditional way of piecing. Some of the ladies who did the quilting did not even know what a serger was.

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