I am guessing that going to bed at 2 AM and getting up at 8 AM every day might have something to do with it. Upon arriving home Sunday afternoon, I fell into a nap induced coma for a few hours. And Monday wasn't any better. I was up at 8 and taking a nap by Noon.
I wish I could say that my exhaustion was due to accomplishing a lot but alas...I can't. I spent most of my time working this and that, eating lots of good food, laughing with friends, and just being an all around laze about.
Here are a few of things I did manage to work on during my three and a half days away.
This little quilt is made from two Tula Pink charm packs,
a bit of background and CS Designs' Lil' Twister tool.
I worked a little on my redwork basket.
I participated in a jelly roll race...and didn't win.
I probably should have pressed this before sharing...ya think?
I decided on the star layout for the triangles in my last post.
It was first and favorite layout. I can't wait to see this one finished.
I also managed to work some more on my spiderweb quilt but somehow managed NOT to take a photo. How does that happen? Too many distractions I guess. Here are a few photos of what some of the other ladies were working on.
Lee's Cheese & Crackers quilt
Jamie's sunflower quilt
and Jamie's tablerunner
Connie's Silent Auction quilt for our upcoming quilt show
And Connie's work in progress
Debbie's Christmas quilt...soooooo cool!
Amanda's work in progress
Amanda was the baby of the group at almost 20 years old.
She designed this at retreat and used a jelly roll to make it.
And finally...Linda's Ohio Stars from
History Repeated by Betsy Chutchian and Carol Staehle.
Well that's all I have for y'all today. I'm off to machine quilt a couple projects. See you tomorrow...hopefully!