I treated myself to a vacation last October and attended a quilt retreat in Leavenworth Washington. I bought three projects to work on. The retreat was fantastic, the ladies wonderful and the setting beautiful. I combined it with a trip to visit my son and was gone for 12 days. By the time I got home I was exhausted and had three incomplete tops. I then had a flare up of my disease and was on the couch for three months. I did not start quilting again until this April and vowed to get all my UFO's done, I had counted them up and had seven, count them seven, which for me is a lot. I have since finished five and four you have read about in previous posts.
This quilt is number 5 and very special. I participated in the row exchange at the retreat and this is the finished quilt. My row is second from the bottom and my theme was the ocean. I hate to brag but I think I got the prettiest rows and they all go so well together, I arranged them so you went from the ocean bottom to the seashore. It is hanging in a place of honor in my living room (I really do need to get quilt hangers).