Sunday, December 21, 2014

Christmas in San Francisco and Hampton Ridge Quilt is coming along



Just a few days till Christmas ... Are you ready ?



I am hoping to finish my Hampton Ridge  before the New year .
Just finished sewing all of the center of the quilt together now I need to add the 2 borders.
This quilt has been 1 year in the making and it feels SO good to have this part done :-D



Thursday we had a break in the weather and took the ferry over to San Francisco.
Nothing better then to get you in the Christmas mood !


This the Union Square . I know it is hard to see but the ice skating rink is behind those palm trees



They lined the street with astro turf between the 2 Macy stores .



and of course we had to check out the windows at Macy's where they have the cats & dogs up for adoption . They were SO cute !


We headed down to the Embarcadero where we had dinner .

These following pictures are from the lobby of the Hyatt Regency .
Always So gorgeous this time of year







This will probably be my last post till after Christmas .

Wishing all of you a Very Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year !

Happy Sewing !

Sue


6 comments:

  1. I know you are anxious to finish the quilt top. It won't be long now.

    I have never ice-skated in my whole life. And I grew up in the north. We have an indoor ice-skating rink not far from our house where we live now. There is also usually some place around that has an artificial outdoor ice-skating area at Christmas time and man made snow for the kids. I remember one year when a family in Orlando won a prize to have their whole front yard covered with man made snow.

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  2. Your quilt is beautiful Sue!! Nice to have a little break before the festivities of Christmas.
    Hope you have a wonderful holiday season!!
    "See" you in 2015!!
    Nancy

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  3. Your Hampton Ridge is absolutely gorgeous.

    DH and I honeymooned in San Francisco and I hope that we can return one of these days. Thanks for sharing a glimpse of Christmas in SF.

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    1. Oh, and Merry Christmas ... see you next year!

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  4. Thank you for the pictures of the City! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you too.

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  5. Wow - it doesn't seem like it's been a year since you began your stunning Hampton Ridge, Sue! How nice that you were able to escape into the City for a bit - great photos! Have a wonderful holiday and I'll see you next year :>)
    Cheers!

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