I see this in my yard on a regular basis -little clumps of leaves in one area.
So who does this? A squirrel? Do they sit in the tree and chew off little clumps of leaves? This was a maple tree but it happens in all the trees. Maybe one of you can tell me. I mowed some of the yard today but did not get to the garden to weed.
I had a question for local readers yesterday and forgot to ask. I have a friend who makes custom t-shirt quilts and is in need of a binder -someone who enjoys doing hand binding and would like to make a little money working at home. My hands have gotten so stiff and arthritic I can hardly hold a needle so it won’t be me. BUT maybe someone is reading this who would like more information. If so please email me at email@example.com and I will pass your information on to my young friend.
I did finish this table topper last week and like it very much – the colors transition me into fall.
The next thing I’m going to do is start working on some fall quilts and I’ll take you with me! I need a new fall tabletopper and I hung my quilt hanger by my sewing room door and want to hang seasonal quilts there. Not another soul will see them but I will and I will enjoy them. How about you? Do you have a place by your front door that measures 25-27″? That’s the width of my space and we used to make door quilts to fit that space. What’s old is new again! Stay tuned!
I know you enjoyed seeing Connie’s yard and gardens. She works very hard to achieve this lovely result and anyone can do it if you’re prepared to work hard physically and continue working to maintain all that loveliness. I will ask her to give us some tips in a future post.