Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Quilting with a View

There's been a little quilting progress on my baby quilt.  Almost two printed squares are done now.  Whoo-hoo!  I'm really tearing!  But who can blame me for not spending more time indoors with the lake right outside my window?

Unfortunately it was a little too windy to quilt outside.  Instead I spent most of my vacation just enjoying having a boat deck and sun.

I also picked off a few more mountains.  I even got my revenge hike on the only peak I previously attempted without making it to the top.  That's 32 hiked and 14 to go!  I've started out really strong this season - 7 mountains already in 2014.

After returning home it occurred to me that if I was going to make blocks for no hats in the house's June palate, I should probably start before it's July!  The center units were made last night and hopefully I'll get the points assembled today.

I even got my stripes to play nice!

Linking up with Let's Bee Social.

8 comments:

  1. Quilting with a lake view, sounds perfect! Have a great week!

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  2. I love to get a little in between quilting (and working)!!

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    1. I meant to "get in a little hiking." Ooops . . .clumsy fingers.

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  3. Thanks for the advice on the hand-quilting :) I'm actually looking forward to that part because it'll be nice and slow. Your quilt is looking beautiful and how lovely to have a lake right outside :)

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  4. Sounds like an ideal summer vacation. Yay for hiking and water views!

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  5. Lovely view while doing your hand work. Congratulations on conquering those mountain tops! Love those little squares.... And for such a great cause!

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