Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Sunriver Project 2




Here are my July Sally Post blocks. I forgot to bring the red for the setting triangles, so that part will need to wait.

This is what I put together today. They are not all in the correct order but I wanted to admire all the blocks together. I've got 21 out of 36 blocks completed. 

Here is a beautiful part of dinner Claire made for us tonight. Fresh tomatoes from her garden, basil, mozzarella and balsamic over a bed of greens. It was delicious!
We were greeted with this magnificent view of Mt Bachelor on our evening walk.
Thanks for coming along with me this week! 

20 comments:

  1. Wow - Sally Post looks beautiful! You have been so productive - that must feel good. Lovely sunset with snow on the peaks:)
    Hilda

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  2. What glorious evening scenery!!!! I just love your applique blocks, the pink sashing really is very striking against the red setting triangles, looks wonderful!!!!

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  3. the view is just so pretty. love those blocks have a few made myself! dinner looks amazing so does that view!
    sounds like your having a lot of fun and being productive.
    love these sally post blocks.
    Kathie

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  4. Wow your Sally Post blocks look fantastic. The salad looks delicious, I love all the ingredients so I'll have to make it when the weather changes here.

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  5. Your Sally Post blocks are awesome! I think I need to add this quilt to the "must make" list! Glad you girls are having a ball - the salad and the view both look wonderful!

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  6. that salad looks amazing! yum
    your blocks look so great! love that pink and red and green, one of my favorite combos

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  7. preciosos bloques!!!!
    la ensalada ummmm que buena
    deseo un feliz semana
    saludos

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  8. Thank you for bringing us along! Your Sally Post blocks are wonderful, love the setting and colors. Good food and a view, what could be better!

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  9. What a fabulous week you're having. Enjoy every moment.

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  10. Love seeing your Sally Post blocks. I have patterns printed out, i think perhaps a good project for the winter. Have enjoyed your posts from Sun River. Been quite a few years since we have visited.

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  11. Everything about this post looks amazing. I love the blocks you are working on--food looks too good--view is gorgeous--and I believe you are in good company. : )

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  12. What a pretty view and lovely blocks. Enjoy the time with friends and that lovely food.

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  13. Your pictures makes everything look so yummy!! the scenery is gorgeous; I love the Sally Post quilt!! And, of course, I love sharing the week with you!!!

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  14. Beautiful location. Fanatstic looking food. Amazing quilts in progress. Sigh....happy days

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  15. I'm so jealous! and hungry too.

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  16. I love your Sally Post blocks! You are getting lots of sewing done!
    That view is amazing!!!

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  17. Love your Sally Post blocks. Your finished quilt will look amazing! Nice picture of the sunset too.

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  18. I love, love, love your Sally blocks!! I'm seeing all the beautiful applique out there and now I'm wanting to try my hand at some!! I told Randy that I was just a little jealous - such a fun group!! Hope your time there is more than you can imagine or expect!!

    Blessings

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  19. That quilt is better and better, the more I see. I love it !!!

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  20. omg~!!~that salad looks so so SO good~!

    oh yeah, your blocks look terrific too.

    ;-)
    libbyQ

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