Flowers are ready to plant!
Finished and watching them grow!!
Hosta's are loving this weather!!
We just returned from the "Stawberry Patch" they are ready to freeze---you know we will sample a few of them first!
Our "Hand quilting group" at Church has basted and marked design on this beauty today and
----it's on the quilt rack ready to quilt!
This quilt will take up to a year to hand stitch.
The border is of applique flowers that is placed on two sides of the quilt.
Getting ready to hand quilt!
We are enjoying fabulous weather as we sit on our veranda with sunny sky's and in the 70's!!!
Our fern is loving it's space!!
Lois, my friend made the special heart with a note attached saying:
"I Need A Home!!
Please report me as found" WWW.IFAQH.com
and placed in a special place for someone to find. And sure "enough" someone did find it and reported it on "I Found A Heart". Click on this website above and find out more…
Thinking about you my "blogging friends", praying that all of you and your family's are okay during these trying times.
The last few days I cleaned up our pantry, refrigerator and one closet...told myself.."done!! So, decided to bring out a few "Easter" things---
Thought our entry needed "Miss.Violet" to perk up our home!
Placed a little birdie to brighten the mantel.
I retrived from my sewing room closet this star quilt that I started 20+ years ago..I had finished sewing the blocks, had sewed , sandwiched and basted----period!!! I decided 3 1/2 weeks ago that I needed to finish and started hand stitching. Ta-ta done!!
Last of all--- know we are all looking forward to the first sites
of tulips, right? Found this giraffe with a tulip in it's mouth and wanted to share with you!!
This small quilt is a Kathleen Tracy design "Crosses Morning" from one of her books titled "Prairie Children and Their Quilts". It's in the works as I am quilting it now-----this is one of my U.F.O.'s!
Check out Kathleen Tracy's blog post which she wrote, when Marge Pearson, Linda Meyers and I attended a "Cabin Fever" retreat in 2012 at the Grout Museum, Waterloo, Iowa. We had a great time!
Click on this link. http://sentimentalquilter.blogspot.com/2012/02/cabin-fever.html
Finished and mailed 40 "Star" reproduction (civil War) blocks. Barb Vedder, quilt maker, designer, teacher and blogger is hostess of "The Star Swap 2020".
Click on: funwithbarbandmary.blogspot.com
Check out her Star Swap 2020 for tutorial.
Looking forward to receiving 40 blocks from other swappers.
Up for making the new "Farmhouse Love" which my friend Karen Walker designed?
Karen, is a pattern designer, lecture and has trunkshows. She has…