I know I am not the most consistent blogger. I am so grateful and humbled by the fact that you still stop by, even when my posts are few and far between. Thank you. As I write this post, I realize I am, again, woefully behind and overwhelmed by all I want to share. I have been juggling more than one project the last few weeks - I have 4 new quilts in the works (thanks to a quilt retreat I went to - more to come on that), all in various stages of completion. My sewing room looks like a bomb went off, but it's the kind of mess that makes me happy.
Here's a little peak at what I am working on (ignore the wrinkles):
Vintage Sheets and Kona Ash (again)
More vintage sheets
And because I am a nerd who loves pretty places as much as pretty fabric, here are some favorite scenic pictures of our recent adventures:
Grand Mesa, Colorado
Somewhere in the middle of Utah
Idaho, North of Bear Lake
Tony Grove Lake
Oh, how I love this beautiful world we live in. I have so much to do, but what I really want to do is go for a drive. The foothills look like they are on fire with fall color and I am chomping at the bit to check it out.
I'll be back soon with details. The question is, will they be about quilt progress or fall foliage? I am so easily distracted.