And here is my finished Devil’s Claw quilt of only 16 blocks. I couldn’t get 30 blocks (like the cover quilt) sewn before Connie left on the Civil War cruise this Saturday because this little quilt is “cruising”, too. I hope all of you going on the cruise will have a super fun time in Connie’s class. I know she is looking forward to it.
Here is a closeup and also a picture of my pots of grass — they are really growing.
Whoops, I got an extra picture in there.
And here are all those little snippets left from trimming the connector squares. Think I could make something with them?
And remember that beautiful cactus bloom from yesterday? Here it is today – done! I keep the pots of cactus plants in the southwest windows of the piano room and fertilize gently with a cactus fertilizer. I’m not sure how to make them bloom – they just do now and then and it’s always exciting to me. I wish I had a better answer for those of you who asked about them but I don’t. The one with the pink bloom I bought a year ago at a garage sale for $1.00. And the white bloom is on the
plant I called “cheerleader cactus” last summer if anyone remembers that double bloom.
Nice day here — finally—and NO WIND!! Hallelujah!