It is such a beautiful day here in Iowa but I just got an alert about Hurricane Florence upgraded to a Category 4 storm. For those of you who are reading this from the Carolinas and the east coast, be safe and hope for the best!
We are finishing up the book proof today – what a wonderful feeling to have it all done! Which led me to looking through this book again.
And since these quilts are upstairs in the old Barn in the Back building, I pulled out one of my favorites and laid it on the table.
I also started cutting hydrangeas to bring into the house.
The geranium came home with me from Marigold Days because I reasoned that at $2.00 it’s cheaper than cut flowers and might even stay alive longer! Ha! I am not good with geraniums – Connie is- but I love them especially blooming in the winter.
Here’s the page in the book that shows this quilt.
Oh, I wish I had time to devote to making this one!
And here’s some fascinating news that a reader sent. Remember this picture that I thought was German? It’s actually Danish! I am Swede and Dane which makes me appreciate this even more. Thank you, Anna-Karin!
When Reed comes to pick pumpkins, I’ll get a picture of what he bought.
This is our job today – putting fresh bedding in the barn!