What a great Craft Week! The weather in Virginia was spectacular and now that I can be outside I got to hang out on the little beach, play some yard games and sit on the back porch a lot. I was also the featured dinner entree for the local mosquito population. I don't think anyone else got any bites at all. They only wanted my fresh blood.
We sewed a lot Wednesday through Friday and then the boys came and we spent more time outside, on the boat, eating and drinking. In other words, a real vacation. It was awesome.
The sewing was good too because I got 3 projects mostly done. I finished my QOV mystery quilt so now I can finish the last clue. I wish I could show it because I really love both of my versions.
This is the second project that I worked on. It's my guild challenge project. We were give 2 of the fabrics and could make anything we wanted. I'm making a wall hanging to cover the electric box in the guest house. Yes, it will be intentionally wonky and it's going to get a lot of quilting. I think it will be the next quilted project.
I thought I finished my Judy Neimeyer Golden Harvest quilt. But I had forgotten to take my instruction book and missed a narrow border between the purple diamond and green corners. I'll unsew that and fix it this week.
I even took a vacation from my camera and only took 1 photo of this spectacular sunset. It was treat to be away from to do lists and schedules for a few days.
Don't forget about the two drawings that are still open through Thursday:
- A drawing for Terri's thermofax screens, Mistyfuse and some psotcard interfacing
- Thankful Thursday for some free hand dyed fabric
I'm linking up to Patchwork Times. Be sure to check out what everyone else is doing.