Monday, September 1, 2014

Pretty Quilts in Victoria, B.C.

Our son and girlfriend made room for us in the living room at their home in Victoria, B.C.

This lovely traditional style quilt was made by Micaela's grandma and its hand quilted. Wow, its like a step back in time, hand stitching impeccable and straight as an arrow.

Jon's grad quilt is still being used and loved, I made this one back in 2005 and its holding up really well.

It was a lovely 23 C. each day and I noticed a bunch of tourists wearing parka's. It must have felt a tad cold to them. But we still went for lunch to our favorite lunch spot, the famous Sam's Deli.


Yummy sandwiches and great staff!! I totally recommend this place for lunch whenever you are visiting Victoria, B.C.

 Arbutus Cove Park is one special spot and has a gorgeous pebble beach that is quite and great swimming too!

Happy Quilting everyone, I've also been canning my brains out and going between the heat pad and the kitchen to get it all done!!

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