Apparently if I don't have my camera with me, I don't pay as much attention to the things around me. Several times I reached for my camera, but groaned once again with realization that it was still on my desk.
Two days in, I remembered my iPad. I took a few pictures, but the quality leaves a lot to be desired.
I worked a bit on the stained glass piece, but hit a snag when I machine-pieced a wedge. Applique works better. And this is not precision-piecing, it's Folk Art. :)
I also worked on a wedding quilt for D&M. The wedding was in July, my goal was to have the top by Thanksgiving, and quilted by Christmas. That's not likely to happen, since it's a bit more time-consuming than I thought it would be. These are the two alternating blocks. This is as far as I got over the four days.
Which reminds me of a notice on my nametag at retreat. It said, "Working on her PhD - Projects half done" hahaha! I might have been working on a double PhD, with Projects half done, piled higher and deeper!
yep. Not moving forward very quickly, but it's baby steps. I'll get there eventually.