Monday, June 26, 2017

Moving It Forward

 I had a wonderful time with my sisters and their families. More on that later. I've started new project featuring Amy Brady's new line for Moda, Big Sky. I used my Accuquilt Go to cut out flying geese shapes. Here is a little sneak peek.
The rest of the week was spent at Rockin' R Ranch with my family. It was a blast
Check out this mean bunch of cowboys.
 There was horse back riding.
 Baby animals
We kicked up our heels with a little two stepping and line dancing.
 We took a hike to Butch Cassidy's hideout. That we had to find, by the way. It took a couple of tries but we did it.
 Lots of fun cousin time.
 Even our own family rodeo.
Complete with a donkey race.
 Thank you Grandma and Grandpa for one of the best family reunions ever!
Now it's your turn to share your quilting progress. Looking forward to seeing what you got done while I was gone.

10 comments:

  1. It looks like you had a great time at the family reunion! The two-stepping looks like grand fun!

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  2. Awesome that y'all had a big family get-together!! Very cute fabric on the sneak peek picture!! Have a wonderful day!!

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  3. Sounds like a fun family gathering!

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  4. Ditto as everyone else said it looked like it was great fun. What a memory everyone will have from this get together. Hum, did you use the the 6" x 3" goose die? I have that one....

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  5. Ohhh! Your quilt is going to be so pretty! Those colors are perfect! Looks like you all had so much fun at your reunion! So happy for all of you!

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  6. I'm so jealous - your ranch trip looks like so much fun!

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  7. I love the photos! My husband is really into outlaw history and has also taken me to one of Butch Cassidy's hideouts. Pretty cool!

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  8. Awesome family time Emily!! My little family has been on a trip to Yellowstone, we really needed time to reconnect after the busy school year. I thought about you several times on this trip as we went through your neck of the woods! :)

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