Sunday, February 2, 2014

Quilting in the Mountains

I went to the mountains to sew this weekend at Quilt Bliss. I know, poor me. 
While I was there, internet access of any kind was pretty limited, so I apologize that I am behind on all correspondence, contest giveaways, etc. (First world problems, right?) I will try to catch up on my email (and sleep) this week. More pictures to share later. Because, you know there were pictures taken.

12 comments:

  1. Ooh, what a pretty place to escape to!

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  2. How beautiful! Someday I hope to go on a retreat like that. It probably won't be until after my kids are all grown and in college, but hopefully someday!

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  3. Hope you had a blast - so envious here, both with your sewing and your snow!

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  4. Ooooohhh Amy! Really nice place, really nice pictures and I can pretty see a gorgeous Quilt! ; - ) a lot of kisses! Montse

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  5. What a beautiful place! I might have had a hard time quilting with all that beauty, too! Of course, that can be inspiration. Get some much needed rest after a great adventure. I'm sure you'll have some new things - even if you can't share them right now.

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  6. I was considering going to this one. How was it? It looks amazing!

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  7. Haha -- that's a GREAT picture! I'm planning a little mountain getaway soon -- I just wish it would be full of quilters in a lodge! Can't wait to see more!

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  8. I think in the near future we will all be looking for places with "limited internet" to get away to and reconnect with ourselves and our people in person. This place looks lovely!

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  9. LOL - that is a great picture. Can't wait to see more! Glad you had fun :)

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  10. Amy, it was so nice to meet you at Quilt Bliss. A great time was had by all in that beautiful place!

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