This week, my family and I are headed to the snowy Utah mountains for a little vacation with the in-laws (the same ones who took us to Florida earlier in the year). We will do a little skiing, a little relaxing, and for me, hopefully a lot of quilting!
I’ve packed the most essential supplies for a spring-break getaway: my Singer Featherweight along with a pile of fabric and supplies to get caught up on a bunch of UFO’s.
Right now I’m working on two block-of-the-month projects: my skillbuilder quilt-as-you-go blocks and sewing themed paper pieced blocks.
I’m also going to start piecing my backing for my Hugs ‘n Kisses Quilt Along.
While there, I hope to spend a lot of quiet time thinking about and planning some upcoming quilting projects. I have loads of ideas for future quilt alongs that I’ve got to get out of my head and sketched onto paper.
Thank goodness for the great help back at home.
Marcie does a fantastic job taking care of business for me both when I’m here, and while I’m gone.
She helps make my professional life easier so I can enjoy my personal life!
10 thoughts on “A Little Cabin Retreat”
Deus abençoe a Marcy,adoro saber de pessoas que nos ajudam tanto.Aproveite suas férias.
Enjoy your vacation (and sewing time!!)!
Have a great time you guys! What a fun vacation. : )
Sounds like lots of fun! Snow can be beautiful to sew “by”. Well…to look at thru the window while sewing. =)
Have a great week Christa! Your backing fabrics look great, cant wait to see it!
Bundle up! Have lots of fun with your family and the quilting! Looks like a beautiful place to be!
Hope you and your family enjoy the vacation! And it was nice to see your appreciation for Marcie. What would we do without our friends, eh?
How fantastic!! Have a wonderful trip 🙂
Oh that chalet looks gorgeous! Seems like a lovely place for a winter retreat.
Looks like a gorgeous place for a time of rest ; )