We went camping last week for Spring Break. Awesome weather, cold nights with most of the days warming to 60's and 80's for the last 2 days. Hubby was not off work so just the little boys and me by day. I enjoyed not having days and nights filled with lots of running - we just stayed at the campground. Most days found me setting up my sewing area by mid-morning and working on my projects until time to start dinner. Breaks were enjoyed by the waters edge or a stroll through the property. The boys not only had the regular camping activities but the rec center had activities scheduled all day and night with bingo and different card or dice games, scavenger hunts, volleyball competitions, even a dance. We were set up on the little woodsy section that opens up just beyond that bridge to the large lake.
Tulip Fields progress last week
My picnic table set up. I place a thick cotton rug on the ground to set my sewing machine foot on so it stays clean.
The view in front of me (blue herons nest in the pines at the waters edge, the others trees were just starting to get leaves on them)
The view to my left and our little put in / take out spot. Lake Livingston opens up on the other side of the bridge. The views there look like an ocean!
That's one little turtle on that line!
Sewing Fun. Bonnie Hunter's "Tulip Fields" in progress
That's Bonnie from class the week before and her quilt in the background.
I also finished all the blocks for one set of "Summer in the Park" during our camping trip. I think I finalized my layout today.... and have it pinned in stacks ready to start sewing my rows together. It's small here but I also have partial blocks to ring around for a border. Nice lap size.