It is such a gorgeous day – sunny, warm, low humidity, no wind! It doesn’t get much better than this and I want to soak it up! I mowed some lawn – I love to mow but didn’t get my turn at the church this month because it just didn’t need it. Darn.
Since we think the blog is now steady again, we’re discussing new patterns to post. Connie recently was cleaning in her sewing room and discovered many of our ideas from the past – I guess we still love to design and sew because we’re going to dig into some of them. When Connie has a finished project we will write an updated pattern and post the quilt on the blog. Connie loves fall, houses and Halloween so I’m guessing that’s where she’ll start. If you make a fall quilt this summer, you’ll have it to use in September/October this year. And that will be fun!
I took a photo tour around the farm this morning – one reader asked about the bad hair day chickens. Here they are:
Pinto with one horn
Dirty Dozen quilts:
Love this sailboat quilt!
And a friend, Pat Wys, posted this quilt that I just love and might have to make!
And the prairie mallow is in full bloom!
It’s just a beautiful time of the year – I hope you’re all well and this post arrives in your inbox without any issues! I’m going back to my unfinished strippy quilt this afternoon and sewing it together even if it’s wrong! Haha! How’s that for attitude?