To answer the question : quite a lot. That is, if you can stitch in the car, anywere, anytime! We had a two-day-car-drive to Vienna and as DH is driving the car, I only have to sit and stitch. And so I did ... I prepared the first block of Baltimore Bliss before we took off and I it was finished by the time we were home again.
Of course we did a lot of other things. We visited Vienna almost daily and although the first week of our vacation it was acrually too hot, we managed to see most of Vienna's highlights! Think of Schönbrunn, The Belvedere, the Hundertwasserhouse, Stephansdom, Kahlenberg, where you have a magnificent view over Vienna, the Naschmarkt, a unique mixture of Austrian traditions and oriental influences. Need I say more? Of course we took lots of pictures, and for those of you who are interested, look here.
In the evening we had a cosy little house of our own, we read (the four of us took about 30 books and they are all read in two weeks!) played games and stitched. Time to show my finishes. At first there is a little one for a Bird's Exchange. No picture of course. Second, there is LHN Snowy Pines. I don't finish the ornaments, as I plan to make a quilt out of them. Third there is LHN Red House in Winter.
Then I managed to finish page six of Foregone by HAED.
I also did a little stitchery, the first block of a new BOM of Lynette Anderson, My Garden.
And then there is my first Block of Baltimore Bliss.
For those of you who want to see some Vienna in this post, I put some pictures here. Enjoy, and if you ever have the possibility to visit Vienna, go and enjoy this wonderful Old Lady. She has dignity and is worth every minute you spend with her!
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