Our first stop was Erica's Sewing and Craft Supplies. A large store with a terrific variety of fabrics to choose from, plus sections for wool, hand embroidery, cross-stitch, knitting and other crafting supplies.
They had a big 30's section.
On to Shipshawana to Lolly's. It was my first visit and I was very impressed.
Everything is so neat and tidy.
A boat-load of fat quarters!
Next up - Yoder's Department Store, They were waiting for us.
A huge fabric section.
Their Shop-Hop basket Quilt.
Here are some of the quilts we worked on or finished during the retreat.
|a Quilt of Valor made by Sharon|
|One of those tiny twister quilts. Sandy is quilting it.|
|A table runner I made from left over pineapple blocks|
|Ute's hand-dyed wool.|
|Mary Ann's airplane quilt|
|I pieced this red and white mini quilts from a kit.|
|Dorothy's Kitty Quilt|
|More Wool mats that Ute designed.|
|Charlene worked on a large shop-hop quilt. These are some of the blocks.|
|A flannel quilt of 9-patches|
|Barb pieced 3 T-Shirt quilts!|
|This quilt was made from jelly rolls!|
|Sharon made this wool table mat and the decorative thread matches perfectly.|
|She started making ohio-stars.|
|And finished this table mat too.|
|Julie made this table topper out of 30's fabrics.|
|Leesa made this star out of tiny 1-inch HST!|
|She put some borders around this neat pine cone panel.|
|This was made from a 6-inch charm pack. Bright and fun colors.|
|Mary Ann made this baby quilt from a turning 20 pattern.|