We all got so much work done! This beautiful finish is Marsha's gorgeous project that she put together with blocks she had brought along. Couldn't you just picture a lovely nap under this treasure? Or as a tablecloth for a most elegant tea party?
I had finished the last of the nine Monster blocks just a couple of days before we went away, and I stopped at Gene's to buy fabric for setting the blocks. I was still having discomfort with the knee during the retreat (I had stopped the regular taking of the Advil for the inflammation, foolish me), so it took me a while, but I did get it together and it is off to the machinist today! Photo will be shared after it is gifted to Glorious Grandbaby #6 for his mid-December second birfday.
Honna put hers together and we never got a photo before she gave the quilt away as a wedding gift. I don't know if any of the other participants have completed their tops, but Kathy brought her blocks along, finished wonkifying them, and assembled her top.
Isn't it fun?
It didn't take long to get it all finished. If you click on the photo to enlarge it, you can see the tiny lime detail in the sashing (Bobbi's idea way back when). When it comes home from the machinist, I'll use that same lime for the binding.
I think it will be a gift for an upcoming wedding (date as yet unannounced).
Before we had to pack up, I got the first two of three borders on Polar Vortex and as soon as I get unpacked and completely resettled, my intent is to get that final border on so Polar Vortex can be finished before another Polar Vortex comes around!