We were able to sneak away for the weekend and enjoy some family time. We had lots of fun, maybe too much fun. P is in his second week of school and is asking for homework. The older kids in after school care are required to spend some time on homework. It’s been an adjustment for our family, but overall it’s been a positive experience.
This week my favorites are based on our family.
I teased a couple of these photos on Instagram earlier this week. IU has a special place in my heart. Rob and I met here 12 years ago in grad school. The campus is stunning and one of my favorite places to visit. I think we need a weekend away there soon. Hmm, I will get on that. These are some pictures from stopping by on Sunday afternoon.
P wasn’t really into the idea of going to college. He cries every time we bring it up. Maybe in 14 years we can drop him off here and he can experience the wonderful campus himself.
Sewing and Quilting
I am all for actually using your quilts. We take quilts to the park, vacations, and use them daily on our couch and beds. I hate thinking about a quilt not being loved and just laying around all folded up. USE THE QUILTS. This gem went to soccer practice this week. It now has grass and snot on it. Yes snot because sometimes your kid needs to blow his nose.
It’s now in the laundry basket awaiting a good wash. Earlier this week I opened up Bloglovin and saw this post from Suzy Quilts. She’s offering tips and suggestions to wash your quilts. For stains like grass on this quilt I will dab a bit of Dawn on the stain. Just the blue kind.
Last week I commented that about the Improv Stripe QAL happening. I felt like crap one night and didn’t really want to do anything. I decided to sort through my solid scraps and strings. There should be enough for a baby girl quilt. My scraps have been divided by warms, cools, and neutrals.
Pincushions have become a fad over on Instagram. Search the hashtag #pinnieparade to find your favorite. Do you make pincushions? I have not before, but considering giving it a go.
We will be kid free this weekend. Part of me just wants to stay home and sew all weekend. What are you weekend plans?