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Tuesday, February 05, 2013

iPhone-o-Gram! Color Me Pink!

And red, too!!

I just finished a wonderful yoga session with a couple of the girls from the guild here in Greensboro, GA.

It has been a couple of years since I managed anything remotely similar to a downward dog position. Holy Pretzel, Batman!

We worked mostly on legs and opening up hip joints and boy did I need it!

And thankfully there are no photos of me in pretzel positions so instead I will share with you a lovely pink and red pyramids quilt I found in Alpharetta yesterday---

Doesn't it make you feel Valentinesey all over??

Have a good evening everyone!!







14 comments:

  1. You are a brave lady to be doing yoga! I don't pretzel lol I love the quilt!

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  2. I love Yoga! it has really helped my back and shoulder issues... now those knees, they don't bend the way they used to thought!

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  3. This is a strange layout! Never seen one like it.
    Easy Street top done!! now for the borders. Ramona from Maine

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  4. Beautiful quilt. But Ramona is right, the layout is interesting! You are brave to do the yoga thing! Enjoy the rest of your trip! Oh yea.....did the pyramid quilt leave the store with you?

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  5. Yoga? Well never have tried that and it does sound painful but you are so lucky to have found this great valentine Quilt , I hope it made it to the van for the trip home ! O U R A Lucky Lady!

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  6. Yoga...sounds like the ladies were taking good care of you!!!

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  7. oh yeah, necco conversation hearts valentine-y....

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  8. Oh that is a real sweetheart of a quilt. I never knew red and pink could look so happy together.
    I need to get back to yoga after I move :0).

    Happy Sewing and safe travels

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  9. I do zumba which really helps my lumbar spine and tight muscles. Great find !!!

    Jan

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  10. I'm into yoga now, after pt to fix my hip. Love it!

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  11. I love those blocks and the layout is different from the ones I have seen so far.

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  12. what a great quilt!!! I've never seen a pyramid quilt set on it's side either, but it surely looks wonderful. I filed this one away to make someday. the setting just reaches out and grabs you. Thanks for sharing with us. i keep going back to the pics to have 'just one more look'!

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  13. I am pretty sure I have a ruler that "helped" make this type of block. I should pull out the UFO because it was a fun project and I like the look of an entire quilt. Thanks for the reminder.

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  14. As a non-yoga-er (lol) I didn't know what a downward dog position was when I read it last night...then after that I was watching something on TIVO and they did it, LOL now I know. Hope you aren't sore today! PS I LOVE the quilt you and Mickey put together for your retreat...absolutely a stunner!

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