Here is “Never Interrupt”. This pattern is available for $5.00, cash or check sent to Country Threads, 2345 Palm Ave. Garner, IA 50438. a SASE is soooooo appreciated!
Mine is made from yardage strips but it was designed to use a charm pack.
We will stop posting $5.00 Friday patterns in a few weeks because hopefully spring will be on its way and then we’ve all got other things to do.
I talked about binding this panel last night and had a question on designer. This Welcome was on the bottom of the part I quilted.
I think we’ve laid the Bullseye to rest, don’t you? Once again I can’t tell you how appreciative I am of your support! Just thinking about the Bullseye makes me consider making another one. I actually sold 60 partially made blocks at Junkin Gal awhile back – I know the clientele had no idea what they were. Haha!!
You probably won’t hear from me this weekend because I’m going to start working on Pet Parade. I’ll tell you one thing – there’s a lot of readers who are pet lovers!
I have several fun stories I’m going to write up before good weather arrives. Then it will be yard cleanup time and thoughts of gardening. I’m an enthusiastic gardener until about July – haha!
There’s a new series on Apple TV called the Reluctant Traveler starring Eugene Levy. I recognized myself immediately and I may even have to subscribe just so I can watch it.
I finished Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult. The story was fascinating at the beginning, downright boring in the middle and surprising at the end. My next book is also by the same author, Picoult, called Mad Honey. Reviews have been good. Anyone read it?
Sad morning doing chores – found one of my white geese frozen solid in the pasture. He’s been under the weather and not walking well so it was not unexpected but it looks like his wing was out and he was trying to walk meaning all that cold air got to his body and killed him.
See this nice wide concrete window sill made for houseplants? That south exposure makes it a favorite spot for the cats, too. My geraniums in the basement are blooming.
I think that’s all from the blog about nothing.