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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

iPhone-o-Gram! Hello, Atlanta!!

We've made it this far! Next stop--Anchorage!

I am deep into hexagon mode--we've got movies on the iPad for the long flight--grabbed a bite to eat here in the airport, I'll stitch and snooze my way to Alaska.

How many hexies can one girl stitch between Greensboro and Atlanta? Nine!! How many more between Atlanta and Anchorage??!! A lot!!





16 comments:

  1. you and hubby have a good time in Alaska. take lots of pics. i live in Oregon but could so easily live in Alaska. its one of Gods most beautiful creations.
    Sara

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  2. Have a wonderful time seeing the sights! I have just finished cutting hexies to take along with me on my trip to Pennsylvania, so will be thinking of you when I am stitching away! Will have lots of time to stitch as I am house/pet sitting for my sister....so it is just me and four dogs for a week!

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  3. Does anyone ever recognize you while you are piecing on a plane? And did Hubster get to trade places with anyone on the plane to get closer to you?

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    1. I've been recognized a couple of times, and that is really fun. And yes, we fixed the seat issue!

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  4. Hey, Bonnie, can you talk a little bit about the organizer bag on your lap in the above photo? It looks like a good thing to keep all the parts and pieces together while traveling.

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  5. Nice neat small project carrier I see on your lap for the Hexies. What is it? Where did you pick it up?

    Remember to sleep when you can on the flight!!!!

    Have a super time
    JulieinTN

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  6. I knitted several scarves on the plane to and from Detroit and Anchorage! They ended up going to Russia as gifts for the people who helped me with the adoptions!

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  7. Count me in with the others who are taken with the case on your lap, and would like to have more info. Travel safely, and enjoy your trip!

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  8. The info on Bonnie's Hexie tote bag can be found here on her blog: http://quiltville.blogspot.ie/search?q=hexie+tote+bag. Or you can also search for it the she has told us before but using the search bar at the very top left hand corner of her blog page. Hope this helps.

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  10. Have yourself some fun!

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  11. Happy travels Bonnie! oh BTW.... your hair looks lovely!

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  12. Enjoy your trip. I've always wanted to go to Alaska. Hexies look fantastic. Can't wait to see your progress.

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  13. You look so happy with your hexies :)or is it the wonderful trip you are taking? May you have safe travels. Enjoy!

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  14. Hey Miss B... do you trim your squares into the hexie shape before you baste them on the foundation? I do, only because I worry about all the bulk in the back. Just curious as to your method. Have a great trip.

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