Quilt Retreat Day Nine

I’ve been on a private sewing retreat for the past eight days. Over those eight days I have shared the events that made my time meaningful.  As much as I would like to stay longer, by day nine I have to admit that I have expended every ounce of energy. My tank is absolutely empty. So empty it is challenging to go through the motions of packing and cleaning the cabin. When all was finished, I turned the key in the cabin’s lock one last time, then grabbed Sadie and climbed inside the truck. Together the two of us are heading south for our long trip home.

This has been an absolutely amazing adventure. I feel so blessed to have had the opportunity. Much has been accomplished but, for the majority of my projects, the adventure has just begun. Stay connected to watch the progress I make as I bring each of these items, as well as many, many more to completion. Shown below are photos of some of the projects I worked on.

Thank you for supporting my work through your likes and comments. Your continued interest is what makes this blog worthwhile. Links to all of my quilting retreat installments are listed below. Use them to catch-up on the ones you may have missed.

Cindy Anderson

6 thoughts on “Quilt Retreat Day Nine

  1. That is a lot of basically uninterrupted quilting! I have never experienced those many days in a row of sewing – very dedicated and also sounds very fun! (though I could see feeling pretty drained by day 9!) 🙂

    1. It was a lot of sewing! Time wise it was probably too much but productivity wise it was awesome. If I hadn’t been by myself I’m sure my time would have been broken up with other activities. I think I’m still recovering though. LOL 😂

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