Home FROM AU!
Flying home over NYC is always a treat... We landed Tuesday evening right at sunset over NYC! That's the George Washington Bridge down there, crossing the Hudson River.
I'm sure I have taken thousands of Sunset shots in my life... It's hard to get enough of them. Nature is so darn beautiful! Out beyond the planes is the NYC skyline. That never gets old either!
I hand pieced a bunch of "Little Boy Britches Blocks" From my fiend Linda Collins New Book, Treasures from the Barn. They are quilts from her collection, and the skittle block I just though would be so fun to make. I was ITCHING to sew after being gone from my sewing machines for so long, that I asked i fly Double wedding ring Students would share two contrasting fabrics with me, and I'd use them in a quilt, taking a little bit of each of them with me. Teaching in AU was so much fun. I had lovely students, We sewed, danced, laughed, and they all made my trip very memorable.
Visit Linda's Blog for more details on her book, through Quiltmania.
Speaking of Quiltmania, Their Show is up now in Nantes, France... Iw as seen a few pics of some VFW quilts that are hanging!
I'm so happy to be home, Tuesday night I slept all night like a log.
It was wonderful to be home in my own bed.
But tonight, well, I've been up since 2:30am. What better time to write blog posts, and catch up on the Outlander new series... haha!
Do you do traditional hand piecing?
It's my favorite...
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