Sunday, May 6, 2012

SEWING IN THE CAMPER

Just a short post with a couple pictures.  I have been doing some sewing in the camper this week as I get up at about 5:00 each morning (don't ask me why because I don't know).  I brought a box with some log cabin block fabric cut and I made 20 of them.  I will have to get more logs cut in order to make more.  I'm not sure how big I am going to make it, or how many I have made already, but at this point it is a travel project.  I like to bring easy sewing projects that I can work on in the mornings.



Today is DS's graduation - a associate degree in nursing!  He is very excited about it and has a job lined up.

15 comments:

Me and My Stitches said...

Glad you are getting in some sewing time - love your log cabin blocks! Congrats to DS - what a wonderful accomplishment.

---"Love" said...

Nice to know you are accomplishing some sewing while on the trip. Those blocks remind me of the cowboy log cabin quilt I made for son #2. Enjoy the excitement and success with your son today; glad he has a job to follow! ---"Love"

Betty Lou said...

Good to have a travel project and log cabin is perfect. When we had our fifth wheel, hubby and grandson would go off fly fishing and I would drag out my sewing machine--------loved it.

Lori said...

What sweet blocks!!
Congrats to your son!!

Impera_Magna said...

Congratulations to your DS on his graduations!

Love your log cabin blocks...

Quiet Quilter said...

Quiet hours in the morning..you can get a lot done.. Congrats to your son!

Marsha said...

You have used some wonderful fabrics for your log cabin blocks, they look great! Congratulations to your son on his graduation and it is great to hear he already has a job lined up. Best wishes to him! Enjoy your trip!

Katie said...

Those don't look very big, but they're a great way to spend a little time each morning. And congrats to your son for both graduating AND finding a job!

Joanne said...

Great log cabins (that is on to-do list)
Congratulations to your son - how wonderful that he has a job lined up.

Barb said...

how fun and your stack of log cabin blocks look great!

Lesley said...

Congrats...you must be so proud! Your blocks are sweet...you'll have enough for a quilt in no time!

Janet O. said...

Nothing better than a classic log cabin quilt! I have still never made one, but I love them.
Congrats to your son!

quilt32 said...

I always enjoy log cabins - both to sew and to look at in a quilt.
Lillian
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Liriopia said...

Congrats to the grad! Love the blocks!

Liri

Sharon said...

Great project to work on while you travel...log cabins are one of my favorites. Congrats to your DS!