Spring break is winding down and I am back in Savannah. For the first half of break I went to the not so snowy, but muddy north and visited my grandparents, who live in Vermont. The first activity that I did was to go through my Nana's attic in search of treasures--a treadle sewing machine was at the top of list of things to find and find it I did! I actually found so many wonderful things like this cute pair of my mother's childhood shoes
Other highlights of the week included eating sugar on snow--maple sugaring season was going on while I was there and one of the reasons I was crazy enough to go north for my spring break, besides the fact that Vermont is what I consider to be home.
Another little gem of being there in March was getting to see the little lambs at Shelburne Farms--oh so soft and cute!!
Although it is finals week, I am not feeling all too stressed out and in fact enjoyed this past weekend quite a bit! I worked on this little quilt for my Images on Fabric class--I have been wanting to make a dresden plate quilt with curved binding for some time now and it was quite exciting to make it with fabrics that I hand dyed.
For funsies we went to a local flea market and found not only some dining room chairs which we were in desperate need of but also this adorable embroidered artwork from 1976!
Sunday dinner went swimmingly as well...here is photo that Olga snapped of the table!
What a lovely little way to end this quarter. I still have a pile of work to do though before Thursday when I depart for Vermont for Spring Break.