Here are a couple of more photos of our last outing to Depoe Bay and Boiler Bay. The sun is peeking out from behind the clouds today. We hear we will be seeing more of our sunny friend this week. Which is good since Thursday is our travel day.
We are moving north to Nehalem Bay State Park. We stayed there for five days in the fall, but we did not get a chance to walk around Nehalem's downtown area that was nearby. We were there when a large storm system came through making it hard to walk around the town.
I can't remember how our WiFi was during our stay. It might be a little too weak for posting, so there's a chance I won't be posting for about a week.
On The Cutting Board
So, I have been all over the place with my projects since we have full-hookups with plenty of power. The sewing machine and iron are getting a lot of use.
I finished appliqueing the Hawaiian Sea Turtles. It is all setup for quilting. I plan to do the traditional echo quilting...Oh! and I decided to turn this into a wall hanging. It's too big and way too white to be a pillow. It would have to be washed too often to keep it clean.
I also finished the quilting on the Cat's Welcome wall hanging. I went a little quilt-happy on this one. I love hand-quilting! Now, I need to decide how to finish it. I have the binding. I think I'll add loops for hanging with a dowel. eh! I'll work on this one.
Since I have finished the embroidery blocks for "All Creatures Great and Small" quilt, I have been washing, ironing, and cutting fabric for the blocks. I have most of the blocks done. I have never setup quilt rows vertically. I'm finding it a little harder to do since I lack the room for arranging the blocks. The couch has been my best spot for laying out two rows at a time, but to do the whole quilt....well, that is going to be a challenge to get the cats to stay off our bed long enough for me to arrange the quilt to my liking. As I sew the blocks together, I can see this is going to be a very colorful quilt with these colors.
I'm also working on my Happy Campers, but I am not ready to show them yet.