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    I'm so excited. Leave this morning for Kwilt Kamp, a weekend long quilting retreat. We book the entire Seyon Ranch (an old fishing lodge) at a local State park. Fourteen of us with our projects being catered to all weekend. This is my third year, always a blast. Many if us bring snowshoes for breaks.

    Sadly, I'm sitting here (at 2:30 AM) listening to the freezing rain hit my window. Supposed to switch to all rain all day. Neither rain not snow....blah blah blah...shall keep me from KK.

    Can't wait to go. Meeting a friend at 100 to carpool, stop at the nearest Joann's on our way and meet up with two others for lunch before we head on over to the lodge. YAY!
    ;)Nancy

    I got a sewing machine for my husband. Good trade, huh!?!

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    Have fun! Take pictures!
    Vonnie

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      #3
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      Have a fantastic weekend. Sounds like so much fun. Be careful driving.
      Blessed are the children of the piecemakers for they shall inherit the quilts!

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        Would love to see photos when you return!

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        Marci

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          Have fun!
          That's something on my bucket list, before I die I want to go on a quilt retreat,,,, maybe a cruise quilt retreat. How fun would that be??
          May the road rise up to meet you...
          May the wind be always at your back...
          May you be in Heaven a half hour before the Devil knows you're dead...
          Patt :icon_wave:

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            #6
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            Sounds like fun. Enjoy.
            Peggy:icon_hug:

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              #7
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              Yep.... We want pictures! Have a wonderful time at KK!


              Sandy from Cincinnati


              AKA Kermit

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                Originally posted by Loonwatcher View Post
                I'm so excited. Leave this morning for Kwilt Kamp, a weekend long quilting retreat. We book the entire Seyon Ranch (an old fishing lodge) at a local State park. Fourteen of us with our projects being catered to all weekend. This is my third year, always a blast.
                That sounds like heaven to me right now! I've been to a few scrapbooking retreats with my mom and sister and we always had a wonderful time. So relaxing - just hanging out with friends, making new friends and being creative. I miss those weekend trips. I haven't found any since I started quilting but I am on the look out for one.

                Your subject caught my eye because at lunch today I saw a car with a personalized license plate "I KWILT" . I, of course, got a kick out of it. The people I was with were like..."ok - they spelled quilt wrong". Buzz kills. LOL

                Anyway - I thought it was cute!! Besides, maybe "I QUILT" was taken and this quilter would not be deterred from her (or his!) personalized license plate!

                Enjoy you weekend! Happy quilting.
                Vicki
                Is a Nine Patch part of a 12-Step program? :icon_beuj:

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                  Wish I could find a quilt camp in CT. some where, I think it would be a lot of fun. My daughter goes to scrapbook camp in MA. Have a great weekend.

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                    #10
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                    That sounds like a lot of fun enjoy.

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                      I have been to a retreat this weekend, too. It was marvelous, some people I knew, some new friends, two quilt tops put together and lots of work done on another top. I still need to put borders on but I am almost there.
                      The retreat was at a huge house on a lake with a beautiful view. The have fixed the house up for retreats, there are beds and dining chairs for 20 quilters or scrap bookers or what ever else floats you boat.
                      We had quilters, embroiderers and several ladies doing miscellaneous sewing projects. Lots of fun was had by all and i am anxious to go again. BTW the food was scrumptious.

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                        #12
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                        How I wish I cold come with you I hope you have a fantastic fun time looking forward to seeing your pics
                        love and hugs Edwina .x

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