That's definitely not the view from our dining room window. We spent an extra long weekend in Colorado hiking, riding trains,
checking out the old silver mines,
and the odd optical illusion.
We had a lot of fun. But I'm glad to be home. Most of my week was spent on hand stitching in the evenings when we were chilling from all the other fun stuff. But before we left for the airport last Wednesday afternoon, I did manage to get all the blocks of the Storm at Sea quilt sewn together.
| Storm at Sea|
Paper Piecing Class by Carrie Randell (Quilter's Hideaway)
I've even made start on the pieced border, but there's not much to show on that as yet.
With all the SAS blocks sewn together, that project could come off the big design wall and the completed blocks from the Daisy Chain Mystery quilt went up.
|Daisy Chain Mystery|
2019 Little Bunny Quilts Mystery
by Alison of Honey, Bunny & Doll Designs
I'm really happy how the fabric choices worked out. Now to get this sewn into a flimsy so I can link up with Alison's final linky party. There are some really fun versions already posted there.
I'm belatedly linking up with Monday Making and the Monday Design Wall.