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Thread: No quilting today. . .

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    Super Member chuckbere15's Avatar
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    No quilting today. . .

    I'm at my campground and can't find the energy to do any sewing today. I'm enjoying the sounds of the birds chirping and the sunshine. I'll be back home later tonight and plan on working on preparing another project to bring with me as I will be back at camp on Wednesday and plan on staying for a week or two.

    Sewing in the woods is sew relaxing!!!
    The Quilting Bear

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    Everyone is entitled to a vaca, even away from quilting. We own a waterfront camp and although we haven't stayed there in a couple of years, I love to hand quilt on the back porch or front deck. It's nice to quilt while gaining a different perspective. Enjoy whatever you do Chuck.

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    Sounds wonderful and what inspiration you will gain from being at the camp. My grandmother taught me to listen to the "talking trees"; birds singing and the leaves rustling in the wind...it is the sounds of the "talking trees" that lolls me into a state of such peacefulness that words can not describe. Enjoy every moment and be inspired.

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    Super Member Jan in VA's Avatar
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    How I, also, adore to sew out in the open! I envy you the vacation in the camp!

    Jan in VA
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    peacefully colors my world.

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    Nothing better for the spirit than 'getting away' for a while.Name:  DSCN0094.jpg
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Size:  106.8 KB I hope my little room with a loft will be finished soon so I can move in a sewing machine and quilting frame.

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    Super Member Latrinka's Avatar
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    Wow, I love that! So pretty!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    Power Poster Jingle's Avatar
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    Enjoy yourself, camping is not my 'thing'. We have a cabin in the woods, I only go at Thanksgiving, no bugs, chiggers love me.
    Another Phyllis
    This life is the only one you get - enjoy it before you lose it.

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    I think a lovely cabin like this is ideal! Just got back fr. vacation, and enjoyed it. However, I could see quilt possibilities in EVERYTHING - patterns on rugs, on highway signs, on pool tiles...I guess quilt bug never really goes away ( not that I want it to...)

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    Senior Member Grammie Sharon's Avatar
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    Wish I was camping instead of working. Enjoy it.
    Sharon

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    I love to sit out side in my add a room and sew. WE don't have a seasonal camping site this year and I really miss being out side and sewing. I tried sewing outside when we are down south for the winter but the sand gets into everything and there is no birds and trees to look at.

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