Monday, September 06, 2010

Retreat Progress 9/6/10

I've been on vacation for the past week. I've enjoyed the lazy days of getting up whenever, usually not having to be anywhere at a given time. I spent a day at the ocean and spent a morning with my 4-year-old granddaughter Reghan--both of which I always enjoy.

Quilting-wise, for the past three days I've been doing a stay-at-home retreat, working on Piper's Polka Dots, a quilt for my 4-month-old granddaughter Piper, who is Reghan's little sister. I've made good progress on the quilt during my retreat. Three days ago I had two large backgrounds with several big circles fused to them. At this point the quilt is three-quarters quilted and in one large piece. Tomorrow evening I will be close to finishing, if not finished with, the quilt.

Alas, the retreat and the vacation are now over.  Tomorrow it's back to reality.  The whistle to start work blows at 7:00 AM.

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