Sunday, May 27, 2012

iPhone-o-Gram! From Boone to Linville!

Great day for a Sunday drive, and we have seen such beautiful scenery!

From lakes to rivers to mountain views---

We've just stopped at a BBQ place for a bit of lunch before wandering further.

My highlight? Seeing quilt blocks on barns, sheds and houses! I only got DH to pull over once, I guess he thinks once is enough! Lol!!

Oh, and corner section 3 has been added to the hexie quilt! Yay!


  1. MEN!!! LOLOL Next time you two do this, set your digital camera to the "sport" setting! Then you can snap pics as he speeds on by the quilt blocks!!

    Lori in VA

  2. BBQ? Oh, my tummy is GROWLING!! Glad you and DH are having a fun day together ... enjoy!

  3. Congrats on adding that corner to the hexie quilt!

    I want to add quilt square to my shed and wonder if I should just paint it right on the shed or do it on a sheet of plywood ......of course then we'd have to put holes in the shed and DH would hate that.
    I think a red Ohio star would look perfect :0)......what do think?

    Happy Sewing......yum BBQ!

  4. I would be left home if I attempted to stitch whilst out with hubby for a drive. Luved your photos.

  5. On a 10 hour road trip to Moscow Idaho last week to help DD pack for a move to New Hampshire, I took my hexie project with me for working on in the car and I totally forgot to get it out--coming or going! I need your focus and then maybe this 15 year project would finally get finished! : )

  6. Only once was probably the safest bet LOL. Don't want to annoy the driver with any quilting OCD ;)

  7. Enjoyed the photos as I have never been to that part of the country. Love reading your blog..........


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