Thanks to all who wished us a wonderful time away....it truly was just that!!! The house in Anglesea was great, right near the ocean with fabulous walks and views.
Walking along the beach we came across a tall, long fence, perhaps it was built to stop the water eroding the cliffs behind it....I just loved the shapes and patterns it made!
Isaac loved to run up the sand dunes (oh for that energy!!), and fly down them again.
Lots of Moonah trees grow in the area, we thought they looked like a forbidden forest, only enter if you dare!!
Our teenage sons (Josh, in red on the left is my son, Tom on the right is our friends' son), serenaded us with songs they had written themselves...a very talented pair.
I bought a lovely little hand painted jug in Anglesea.
I didn't take the sewing machine this trip, however there is always plenty of handwork to be done. Basting hexagons and making up hexagon flowers was a very relaxing part of my time away. This one is all English paper pieced, no machine sewed half hexies here!!!
I am very happy with the fabric in the large centre hexagon of this quilt, and the blue and white check surrounding it (all Kaffe Fassett fabrics, of course!).
I also got a little more done on this one.
Wow, this is turning out to be quite a long post....anyone would think we had a lovely time away!!!! Now I am home it's straight back to the sewing machine to work on quilting my raspberry and aqua half hexies quilt. Luckily, I don't have to go back to work until next week!!