What you can't see in the above picture is this practice piece by Tina. What a great sense of humor!
No matter what she wrote there, I have a strong feeling she's going to take to fmqing, as will everyone in this group.
At the end of a fmq workshop, quilters share their quilt top(s) so we can talk about possible quilting designs. Karen's table runner was fair game for trying out several designs, using an acrylic sheet overlay and dry erase markers.
On Saturday, the weather was so beautiful that we decided to golf cart on all our errands. This lovely tunnel of live oaks, dripping with Spanish moss, was the prettiest section of the multimodal path.
At one point we stopped the cart to take this photo. This plum-colored grass is so pretty, I had my picture taken with it.
It's very rare that we eat at a restaurant, but on our way back home, we decided to stop at Lighthouse Point, a restaurant with outdoor seating on Lake Sumter. Look who meandered past during our lunch.
We'd heard of this fella, but in 16 months of living here hadn't yet had the pleasure of seeing him. This sight will keep me for a long time.
On the home front, I'm digging into my Riley Blake Challenge project. In an unusual occurrence for me, I actually had two ideas! I settled on the one that involves lots of small round pieces. They're machine-sewn, with plain white on the back, then turned inside out.
"That's totally tubular." (Meaning: Very cool. Rad.) I say, "That's totally circular!" Ha!