The past 10 days were spent being 'tourists' in our own area. Here is the 'crew' en route to Fort Sumter.
And the girls enjoying the ocean breeze.
And one must try She Crab soup. Then if you like it, you try to get some of everyone's!
The big sister had her own bowl, it's a favorite of hers.
They were learning about taking good pictures.
While they were here they chose fabrics and used the longarm quilting machine to make placemats and mug rugs. I just need to get the binding done before sending them off.
It was sad to see them leave for home, but we're already planning our next time together.
And I got busy and finished the bindings on these two quilts.
And like this at the end.
They brought along 12 quilts for Evergreen Quilters Guild Soldier Quilt Project. I'm an 'away' member. I'll supply the batting and backing for these, quilt them up on the long arm machine, trim, and return them on my next visit. (Or ship them, if I get them done quickly). This is the stack.
Well that wraps up another month, and several projects finished.
Nice to have some things done, but I'll opt for time with loved ones any day. Luann