Sunday, 23 February 2014

Sew In: The Olympic Edition

Room availability meant that we had two Sew Ins this month. How lucky are we! Saturday was another bright and sunny day. Dare I say it felt like Spring? Better not get our hopes up too soon. It is still February after all :)

The Olympics was definitely the talk of the town. All of those Canadian Gold Medals, how could we not talk about it? We cheered while we stitched...


While, bobsleds raced down the track, our machines zoomed along too!

Anja was into some serious scrap busting


Jeanette was working on a custom order twin sized quilt.

Aimee was working on a top secret project. I can only show you this or you will have to go into witness protection

Jenn was heavy into English Paper Piecing in the lounge area

Here is that EPP in it's Olympic inspiration glory

Not sure that this made it in a project, but when I passed it on a table it needed it's picture taken. Those mushrooms are adorable!

Linda was strip piecing selvages. Man she has a lot of those babies. And now I know how to sew them together!

Adrienne worked on her summer tracks quilt and tried some machine applique on a bottled rainbow block.


It was a large sewing day. Next Sew In is scheduled for March 22nd and we are currently searching for a room to sew in, so keep your eyes peeled :)

4 comments:

  1. That was fun! Hopefully I'll be able to reveal my secret quilt soon!

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  2. MMQG's Sew-in Days Rule! I had a great time. Looking so forward to next time.

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  3. I love it all! You have so much energy and beautiful fabric with great sewing style. I am intrigued but he yellow sewing machine.. What is it? Love the color.

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