Maybe I just wasn't paying attention, but it seemed like more people were working on bits and pieces this year, rather than working on finishes, so I don't have much to show.
Donna did finish two other things while I was looking the other way -- yes, she works that fast -- but my favorite was Big and Bold (or was it Bold and Bright?).
A simple pattern that shows off feature prints really well.
The lengths Donna will go to to get a good photo!
Frances made a quick quilt with black and white log cabins, then worked on the quilt I'm sure you've seen that looks like Breeko Blocks to me -- totally uncomfortable to sleep on ...
She likes graphic designs and her fabric choices really highlight the dimensional quality of the design.
Like me, Lisa brought a lot of projects that just needed finishing. Most of them were done and down before I thought of getting the camera poised. But this one was a stunner: Chinese Magic.
One of our group who has since passed away made a quilt from this pattern and several S'mores decided this year to make one to honor Judy.
Connie whipped out this sweet baby quilt:
My final project on Day 4 was a real moldie oldie: Weaver Fever.
Sew that's it for Nuts and Bolts 2017. We're scheduled for February 19, 2018; if you're in the area and want to attend, let me know.