I left Riggins on April 1, on the bus, with high hopes and lots of positive intentions. I had a 12 hour lay over in Spokane, stuck in the bus terminal, until 2 am when I got to catch the bus to Seattle. I was so happy to arrive in downtown Seattle and greet my sister with a quote from the audio book I was listening to, "who do I have to blow to get a cup of coffee around here?"
|Design inspiration, Whitebird, ID.|
|On the Kingston Ferry.|
|My Small Study. 8 ½" x 10".|
|The Beauty is on Duty.|
After a restful time in Seattle, taking walks with the dogs, having lunch with pals, cooking delicious dinners, gardening, endless laughing and silliness with Pam,and lots of sewing, we went to the second quilt retreat, at Camp Huston in Gold Bar, WA. Five days and 4 nights of sewing and reconnecting with old friends. I made a quilt top, a birthday outfit for Ainsley, and 3 OKC quilts.
|Vintage silk log cabin blocks. I sewed them in a pattern called 'furrows.|