|packed and ready to head to the mountains|
I took three projects for the week - the four-patch squares, the pinwheel kit blocks, and the Noro hitchhiker scarf.
|Marilyn sewing in our Cabin Sweat Shop|
near TenSleep, WY
|my sewing station - complete with a homemade chocolate chip cookie.|
Marilyn made the chocolate chip cookies as well as a family favorite -
raisin drop cookies that our Mom made all the time.
These photos were taken on a chilly mountain morning. Rather than use the fireplace, we wore jackets to sew.
|Marilyn working on her quilt blocks. The stack of blocks in the upper|
right are finished. Her project was more tedious than mine, but her finished
blocks were beautiful made with 1930s reproduction fabrics.
The cabin we used is owned by friends of my nephew Dwight, and it was perfect. The guys (Harold and Paul - my brother-in-laws, and Dwight) fished and explored the mountains. Maria (Dwight's wife) read and relaxed while Marilyn and I sewed.
On the first day, two of Dwight and Maria's friends who also have a cabin in the area, came by to welcome us to the mountain. They couldn't believe that Marilyn and I were sewing.
More photos to come. . .