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Turkey Tracks: April’s Tula Pink Blocks

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Turkey Tracks:  May 2, 2017

April’s Tula Pink Blocks

Here they are:  8 blocks (at least) from our Tula Pink’s 100 MODERN QUILT BLOCKS.

These are such fun to make.  Several of our members couldn’t stop and have either finished all the blocks or are close to it.  Believe me, I really get that quilty fun.

I’m using almost all Cotton+Steel fabrics, and they are such a delight.

I do not have a clue how I will set these blocks.  But I look forward to turning that project over in my mind.

On to May…

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May 2, 2017 at 12:50 pm

Turkey Tracks: A Saturday Walk in Camden Town

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Turkey Tracks:  May 2, 2017

A Saturday Walk in Camden Town

Spring is here.

The woods are fringed with green.  The birds are singing their hearts out.  The big windjammers are being unwrapped in the harbor.


Here’s one of the schooners unwrapped, alongside one that isn’t unwrapped yet:

Our library grounds are beautiful, and today, an energetic croquet game is taking place in the amphitheater.

Since we’ve lived here, more of the stores or restaurants have created beautiful sitting areas overlooking the harbor–some of these jut out over the river.

And the river is full with spring rainwater:

I love this little row of houses that sit just above the library and that overlook the harbor.

And here’s a beautiful fruit tree alive with green spring leaves.

Penny and I walked just under two miles.  It was actually quite warm, despite the cloud layer.



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May 2, 2017 at 12:40 pm