I took my Hopscotch Butterscotch (from Adventures of Leaders and Enders by Bonnie K. Hunter) parts and pieces and was surprised that I completed this top. Originally this was gong to be an upcoming retreat project so I made a sample block that soon became 12. Now I need to give it a really good pressing. And just now after finding the link for the book and seeing Bonnie's quilt again, I am thinking of taking the pieced border off and adding an inner neutral border to highlight the pieced border more. Yes, I think I will!!! Oh the things I talk myself into while writing a blog post!
I came home very late Thursday night and Friday was sort of a blur as I held down the couch. I decided to pick up an embroidery block from The Splendid Sampler (I have been putting off the embroidery for some reason!). I was surprised at how fast I finished it. These are the last 4 blocks I've finished.
Standing by the driver's seat looking to the back.
Tony dog thinks if someone is in there, he should be too.
Across from the range is the fridge/freezer and a big pantry.
Bathroom with sink and toilet on left and full size shower and small closet on the right.
Above the sink is the original driver's mirror.
You know, the long narrow one the driver used to catch you doing things
you weren't supposed to be doing!
I'm glad I kept that.
The beds were built over the wheel wells and underneath are fresh and gray water tanks.
The big nightstand has access to the gianormous diesel engine.
On the back wall are 2 storage cabinets.
Above each bed is clothes storage.
It's pretty basic and simple.
We love it!
Edited to add the outside picture.
Thanks for asking Nann, I forgot this picture .
I can't wait to get on the road again.
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