We did some shopping at Fowler's Corners, picked up lunch food on the way in Bridgenorth and arrived at about 2pm where most of the others were already checked in and set up.
After stitching for the rest of the afternoon, we drove to Ennismore to have dinner at Jesse's Tap and Grill. My thin crust, "What's Old is New" pizza was delicious. Everyone else really liked their dinner selection as well. The restaurant was so good, I'd even consider making a special trip up there to dine there again. The rest of our weekend meals were served at the camp.
I by no means got pictures of all the projects people were working on but here's a smattering of what went on:
Kathy finished up this little Christmas ornament.
The rest of us managed to spread ourselves around the bank of tables that filled the main room.
Jeanette had a schedule laid out for herself but he never did work on the pomegranate on this stunning Alison Cole piece.
It rained much of the weekend but on our way to meals we got this lovely view.
I first learned the fishbone stitch on the leaves. The stems were done in the (not surprisingly) stem stitch.
I did a bit of work on my Bryggen piece and tackled much of the water when I got home last night.
The quilters emerged so we could all admire their work.