It's been a really busy week around here, and I've loved every minute! First of all, we had an overnight visit from Barbara and her husband Mike, all the way from Oregon. We had a delightful time with them that was over all too soon, as they headed north and east with a coming weekend destination of the Maine coast, a place I'm eager to visit again.
And now we're in the midst of a five day visit from our youngest grandbaby, now nine months old, and his weary mom! Weary because this little guy has just found his mobility, is pulling himself up to a stand on anything that presents itself as a possibility. When he first arrived he carefully studied how the old Polish bentwood rocker moved back and forth at the slightest touch, then proceeded to pull himself to a standing position while it rocked! And he can crawl across the room on his belly faster than you can blink an eye! Suffice to say that any t.v. remote or anything resembling one is fair game as far as he's concerned!
So, what have I accomplished quilt-wise this week? Not much, actually, though I did manage to pull my version of Lori's Palmateer Point quilt-along together. This is Humble Quilt's annual fall quilt-along, which are always fun to participate in, especially getting to the third week and trying to figure out how Lori is going to arrange all the pieces we've been stitching into a coherent whole.
It's also pretty neat seeing the block placed on-point.
Thanks Lori, for another fun quilt-along! Check out her linky party here, to see all the other versions.