Friday, June 22, 2018

Football avoidance can be productive

Yes, last night the AFL was on so I returned to the sewing room
this quilt top was finished yesterday afternoon, might still add a border

this one I started last night, takes 5 fat quarters, which I just happened to have in my stash, this one needs borders too as it is a bit small for the oncology quilts I am hoping the quilt will make.
The colours look so much better out in the sun.
I went for a bike ride this morning and managed 7.2 km..pretty good for me, no doubt my legs will let me know all about it tomorrow!!
down Bluff Rd, and along Ibbotson

down the main road and around the lagoon

lots of birds in residence today

back along the beach and home.
This afternoon I am off into Geelong to see this movie
Tea with the Dames


looks like fun.
Have a wonderful day.



14 comments:

Pamela said...

Gorgeous quilt tops and a great day!

I am said...

Lovely quilts Sue,they will be very welcomed in the cancer ward.Well done for keeping fit,hope you arent too sore tomorrow xx

Leeanne said...

Two lovely flimsy finishes. Looks like you are having nice weather, we have just come out the other side of two days of very heavy rain and winds. How was the movie?

Moose-ings said...

You HAVE been productive! Beautiful quilts. I'll have to look for that movie here; there's another one called Ladies in Black that looks promising too. Love the little sloth, could just tickle his tummy.

Julie said...

Beautiful Sue .... the quilts look gorgeous colours out in the sunshine. Hope you enjoyed the movie. We had a nice day today but a ripper of a frost to start with.

retdairyqueen said...

Great Quilts. How was the movie=

Jo said...

Hope you didn't fall asleep in the movie after riding all that way. Was the movie enjoyable.

Ellie Merk said...

Would love to have joined you on your bike ride, lovely area. Your quilts look fab :)

Helen said...

Lovely quilts, looks like a perfect day for your bike ride.

Lin said...

Your quilt tops look great - I love the colours of the first one. xx

Anthea said...

Fantastic quilts there Sue... & I love the way you've included your pretty bike in the pics... lovely day for a tour around!
x

Michelle Ridgway said...

Such gorgeous colours in both quilts. Such a pretty spot for a bike ride. I am really wanting to see that film too. Hope you enjoy it x

Ondrea said...

I am looking forward to that movie when it comes to Sony. LOve those quilts, particularly the top one. Trouble with blogger and lack of energy this end thus my remiss in commenting on your blog regularly.

Fiona said...

Love both your quilts... and they look like jewels there in the sun.... great patterns and they look like minimal 'scraps' left over.....
What a beautiful ride.. the weather is looking good

Hugz