Barbie relaxing on the front porch at the Rose of Sharon Quilt Retreat house which is the newest slice of heaven for quilters.
The house was built in 1895 and is located in the lovely town Coshocton, just a couple of blocks from the local quilt shop - Mercantile on Main.
I had the pleasure of spending the weekend of April 13th to April 16th with my Qbee friends. The first couple of days were like summer, 70's and sunshine, but that turned to rain and almost to snow by Monday. We went from summer, to spring, to winter in four days, but that is Ohio for you. The weather only added to our cozy retreat experience.
Judith taught a basket weaving - actually basket sewing - class. It was a huge success and so much fun. The baskets are beautiful!
|This is called "Remote Sewing"|
Here are some of the other quilt projects . . .
|Tiny Pineapple Quilt!|
Sadly the four day retreat went by too fast. We will certainly return to this retreat house in the future. It was lovely, as was the company and the quilts. A good time was had by all.
Goodbye little town of Coshocton - I will see you again soon!
|Goodbye lovely Rose of Sharon - till we meet again|