Grandma’s Fabric and holidays

I haven’t posted on the blog for quite awhile because we’ve been on holidays.  I did get the disappearing 4 patch assembled and sandwiched – it’s now ready to quilt.  gma-3_5-in-disappear-4

We took a road trip to Alberta.  Both kids road their motorbikes and we followed in the camper and pulled the trailer with a piano in it.  Fun?  Yes, until it got really cold as we camped in the Rockies at a beautiful spot called Fish Lake.

The first picture is from Kinbasket Lake. It’s a man-made lake that came about when they made the Mica dam, near Revelstoke.  It’s a beautiful colour!  We stayed at the resort – which was pretty, but we did not like the trains on one side and the logging trucks on the other.  The last picture is from Fish lake.

After camping at Fish Lake for 2 nights, we carried on to central Alberta to deliver the piano and then went to Edmonton to visit my sister.

When in Edmonton, I attempted to stand up from a chair and my back said, “Hello – I’m going to cause you pain for the next while.”  So, there will be no sewing in my near future!

This post is linked to Judy’s Patchwork Times.  Take a wander over and see what other quilters have on their design wall.

Happy quilting all!