Sunday, August 26, 2007

Finished Connie's Round Robin

I just finished the sewing on The Round Robin, I have to say I like what I have done. When you want to see it. Just leave me a message, but your e-mailaddres must be in the comment otherwise I can't send you the link or though blogger you must have installed it so hat I can reply to you by e-mail.

Next to make is a little gift for Virpi as she send me something in the crazyexchange.
Also yesterday we went on a bikingroute. It started in Middenbeemster, which is about 15 km from here and we went there by car. It was a nice route through the Beemster, Purmer and Schermer which were years ago all sea and made dry by mills, this is why you see so much mills on the pics.
The route was most of the time on dikes, but we also went through the flat country and there was a lot of wind.
Also I visted the little village of De Rijp which has a big Quiltshop where I off course have bought some fabrics, all for Connie's RR as I didn;t have fabbies that worked perfect with it.
Also the big hill of grass is a Fort I hope you call it in English the same. There are a lot of those around Amsterdam and this is not to far from us.

9 comments:

Chookyblue said...

beautiful pics thanks for sharing.......I only just found out last week that N etherlands is so flat......

QuiltingFitzy said...

The windmills in the distance are just lovely. Thanks for sharing!!!

ollie1976 said...

Beautiful pictures.
-Jen

Kieny said...

Great to see some pictures from home. Thanks for sharing.

Cheryl said...

Such pretty pictures, i have enjoyed looking at them

Nana's Quilts said...

Fabulous photos. Thanks for posting them. I do love your country and those pictures make me wish to come visit again really soon.
Marne

Leena said...

The photos are so beautiful! I think I've visited the same shop in De Rijp couple of years ago when we went to the Netherlands. :) It's a lovely shop and a lovely small town!

Rose Marie said...

What a great tour ... thanks for sharing your photos with us! Biking would be so easy as everything looks so flat.

Karen said...

Beautiful photos, thank you so much for posting!