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Wacky Wednesday

Yesterday was Wacky Wednesday. The 2nd Wednesday of each month, the Wacky Pac Quilters of Texas get together for dinner and drinks, show 'n tell, exchanges, etc. For 2009, we are exchanging 9-patch blocks -- any fabrics -- with the five squares being dark fabrics. It was quite an accomplishment for us to exchange these blocks! We pass them around the table and it usually ends up a mess -- but it always gets straight -- after LOTS of laughter.

Last night we had some show 'n tell for the 2008 swap -- string block swaps.

Below is a picture of Kathy L's completed quilt:

And here is a picture of Rhonda's:

And Molly's

Stay tuned for more Wackiness to come!


Amanda said…
It sounds like your Wacky Wednesdays are a lot of fun!

The string quilts are gorgeous. I've been wanting to make a string quilt for years and just haven't done it.
MOLLY said…
I added mine in, KE. I hope that is OK.

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