22 July 2019

Girls Sewing Getaway and 15 Minute Challenge

Well this week we crushed the 15 minutes in fact I think there might be 15 minutes in the bank for next 3 weeks.  I'm pretty sure I won't be sewing tonight so this week is off to a bad start as I am very very tired after getting back from our sewing weekend.

The getaway was wonderful.  We sewed, ate too much, and laughed a lot as well as just recharged.

Springtime Romance is well on the way to being finished.  1 Block and Borders to go.  I have made the filler blocks and I think it is looking pretty good.  

Over the weekend it went from this to this. Rows aren't joined yet but once the last block is finished it will all go together nicely.

We stayed in different accomodation this time and we have decided that we will be going back there again next year.  The house was all on one level, had ample lighting, 3 queensize bedrooms 2 bathrooms and was halfway between Port Elliot and Victor.

It was quite warm, we remember last year we were freezing and I bought lots of jumpers but I could have used more longsleeve T's with me this time.

We walked up the hill and saw the Cockle Train yesterday that runs along the beach.   I took a small video which the girls shared with their grandchildren... I'm quite sure my kids wouldn't have been interested.

It was quite windy and a couple of nights we could hear the sea from our bedrooms which I enjoyed.

 Train coming 

 Train going 
 Walking back to the house. 

 Getting lots done.  

So how was your challenge this week.  Head to Kate's for the run down.  

1 comment:

Kate said...

Looks like a great place to sit and sew for a bit. So glad you had a great time. Love the sashing you decided on for Spring Romance. It's gorgeous!