Lucky penny and gooses!

Camping season is upon us and we often have the most unusual 'finds'.
You might think this penny is ancient but it is either from the 1990's or 1980's.
I started crocheting socks again. 
They are a great smaller project to take along when camping.

I am making these for myself. 

On the design wall in the studio we have several projects in the works. 
I'm making blue blocks for a blue themed quilt.
The black and tan blocks in the lower left are for our guild's 2022
Mystery Quilt Challenge.

For May 1st I did a May basket on my embroidery project.

While camping, this little fella decided to hitchhike with me:
I've never seen such a small tick.

I made these flowers after seeing a photo of them on my friend Jaye's blog:
Leaf by leaf I keep adding bits and pieces to my project:

A quilt top has been completed for our guild's community service quilts. This is made from what is called our "Orphan Block Challenge." Everyone turns in fabric or blocks and I organize it into quilt tops. Some of them are quite busy, like this one:

We're camping again this weekend. It's been five years since we've been to this state park. I don't know why we haven't come back to it before! It's lovely to be so close to the water. These geese are floating by. There are turtles on the floating logs. The Mister even saw a huge blue crane. 
That's it for this week. It's super hot out and being near the water has been wonderful. I hope you all have a great weekend too! Happy Crafting Y'all


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