....today. And here is proof.
This same corner border feature will be in the upper left hand corner. I is interesting how this design progressed. I found the verse and loved it so much I thought I needed to design a quilt around it. I hope it will look good over our bed. I'm thinking that once the leaves are needle turned they look kind of sparse, so I believe I need to add more.
This the last of the Riley Blake fabric that I have to share with you. This is called the meadow line. Their are more pieces to this line, but this is all I have. It comes in the navy tones as well as the Autumn shades pictured below.
Abbie and Chad have asked me to go camping with them up in the Uinta Mountains, and I believe I am game to go. It will be tent camping, so I need to dig out my cot and my cushy pad to sleep on. I do not do so well on the ground anymore. Since Bruce is impaired he will not be going with us, but then he never really enjoyed camping anyway. It was something I always did with the kids, and then he would come up and help us pack up and move us home. I look back and I have memories to treasure from those camping experiences with my children. So the conclusion of this story is that I will not be blogging for the next few days. We plan on returning home this coming Sunday in time to celebrate Grandpa's 88th birthday. I will try to remember to get some pictures of our adventure.
"The greatest good you can do for another us not to share your riches, but to reveal to him his own."