The first thing I did when I returned from my Cape Cod Retreat, was finish the top we started. I had made the borders, but they needed to be attached, which went quickly. This is a Deb Tucker pattern, appropriately named Atlantic Flyway. It is currently in the to-be-quilted pile!
With another retreat coming up in a couple of days, I've been trying to clean off my sewing table. I needed to use up some leftover fabric, so I decided to whip out some churn dash blocks. They take a lot longer than I expected! I hope to get a baby quilt and a doll quilt from this pile. After retreat.
Tomorrow I'll be packing for retreat. I have cut out 4 projects, so I'm ready to roll. I always take one project for each day, and usually an extra for 'just in case". Like, just in case I forgot part of something, or any number of other minor tragedies. I take fairly simple things that don't require a lot of concentration, because there's a lot of gabbing going on! I can't wait!!
We've had rain all day today, which is why the above pictures are so dark and dreary. We made sure to get out yesterday for a hike to enjoy the beautiful fall day.
Keep on stitching......Sunny