I had the simply wonderful problem of so many pictures I got them mixed up! What a great problem to have, huh? I will start over.
Remember Cyndy who came from California to get the two kittens from my neighbor? These are her quilts and Biscuit, the kitten with the deformed back legs, is included.
Here are Marsha’s quilts.
Rita’s black and white improv quilt.
Mary Waller’s quilts.
More reader quilts –
Hydrangeas today – I took down the fence and have decided to cut the stalks down next April instead of now. In the spring when I trim, some stalks are already sprouted and I’ve planted those very successfully. I have a couple places I need to fill in with hydrangea transplants so that’s why I decided to wait. I usually cut them off a few inches from the ground. Annabelle hydrangeas are very hardy!
This is what I worked on today. A very generous reader, Donna S., sent me the quarter square triangle blocks with additional fabric and I’ve always wanted to do something with this vintage needlework piece. Now that I’ve got it all secured and a 4” grid in place, I plan to to use this as the center of a medallion quilt.
Hope you all found your Dirty Dozen project or have thought of what you’ll do with red! Such a simple scenario – red! – in the month before Christmas.
Looks like the Phillies are hot tonight – already 4-0 in two innings! I’ll need another beer for sure!