It was a beautiful day, the sun was shining and Deb had the back door open beside the table where we were sewing, which looked out onto this view of the bay at low tide. I should have taken another picture later in the day which showed the view at high tide! Oh well, maybe I'll think of that next time!
Debra and Kaaren were working on a nautical quilt that Kaaren recently designed. You can see more details on her blog, and get in on a fun contest to name her new quilt!
This is Deb, appliquéing a light house block.
And this is Kaaren, working on the some of the pieced blocks! Kaaren provided lunch for us today, a wonderful meat pie that she shares the recipe for here. Sadly we had it all eaten by the time I remembered to take a picture. Let me just say, it was yummy and I'm planning to make it for hubby sometime very soon!
After lunch another quilting friend of Deb's who does a lot of her hand quilting, dropped by to bring her this quilt that she had just finished quilting for her. Isn't it beautiful! Deb has always been a bit "red" challenged, but I think she may be finally coming around to my way of thinking! She has a quilt shop in her home where she sells the quilts that she makes herself. We had a tour of the shop, it just opened for the season last week and she has almost 40 quilts on display, ready for sale! It's a very impressive little shop!
And finally another little peek of the quilt that Kaaren has designed. Be sure to check it out on her blog!