Pam & I just had a marathon of Crazy Camps! When we teach a Crazy Camp, students can choose to make any of our "crazy" patterns, so, potentially everyone can be making a different pattern and things can get a little, well, crazy! Really, it's great fun! We started here at home with this delightful group of ladies on Thursday.
Patsy fed us and it was delicious as usual. Her pumpkin cheescake with maple pecan drizzle has become one of my favorites!
Then, on Saturday, it was off to sunny Florida where we taught at the West Brower and Boccca Quilt Guilds. The West Brower girls took us to the Bimini Boat Club in Fort Lauderdale, where we had a fabulous dinner, dining outside along the canal, sampling the local hog fish, and enjoying the atmosphere as dusk settled in! It was such a treat! This is our "Certifiably Crazy" Sherie McKenna from the West Brower guild and she came to the trunk show the next day after class with her Heart Crazy blocks all done!
Next stop, Bocca! Here are the girls from Bocca, and they, too, are "Positively Crazy"! We had a great time and they all got lots done! Again, we had more good food but, unfortunately, I can't remember the name of the Grill but the key lime pie was fabulous! What is it about quilters and their food? Or is it just me? Anyway, we had a great time and got to enjoy the sunshine before returning to the snow! Thanks to both groups for the fun and hospitality!