New Patterns In Shop, 5-26-21

Here are more patriotic patterns – pick one and sew this weekend!

American Garden Club
Summer Garden

Dirty Dozen Quilts:

Why am I starting more plants???
Tammy on my lap
Saw this string quilt online and loved it!!!
My plant pets

It’s lawn mowing day before it rains tomorrow and since it’s Wednesday Sam, Owen and Ivy are coming this afternoon. Better get started.

13 thoughts on “New Patterns In Shop, 5-26-21

  1. Diane Bauer

    Oh!!! I love “Dandy”!!! I have been thinking it’s time to get my “Uncle Sam” quilt out this weekend, but maybe I need to make a new patriotic quilt!

    Your plants are incredible, Mary!!! I wish I had a green thumb! They are just beautiful. You start more plants because they are living things and you are a nurturer!!

  2. Jo in Wyoming

    Oh! What a wonderful way to start the day.
    Dandy is awesome! A dancing quilt. I think it’s the first one I’ve seen.

  3. Lynn in Scottsdale

    The beginning of summer is exciting. The quilt patterns are wonderful as well as the projects completed.

    I think you are starting new plants to sell at your next garage sale. Gives you something to plan and look forward to.

    Thanks for sharing your life with us.

    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Lynn in Scottsdale – oh, I’ll bet that’s it! I just cannot throw those pieces in the trash! Sorta like saving fabric scraps, too.

  4. Launa

    What a wonderful morning having the great garden and pictures to view! I wonder if the Moose, Elk and Deer would make meals of succulents up here this rainy 40o morning?
    Your pictures of patterns are inspiring, Mary, as are your multitude of healthy plants.
    Enjoy your guests today!

    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Launa – I think the moose, elk and deer would have a feast on my plants!

  5. Nancy TD

    Your plants look great. Lawn mowing day here too. Sounds like rain for S.E. MN. for the weekend. Enjoyed seeing your new patterns. Enjoy your afternoon with Ivy and the kids!

  6. Joyce from NY

    Your plants are beautiful, seems like I’m mowing every other day. The heat & rain keep it growing. The new patterns are so tempting!

  7. Sandy

    Hi Mary, thank you for posting the photo of my baby quilt, witt send one of my lastest hexagon quilt soon. Last night watch the eclipse of the blood red moon at 11pm,nice clear sky fortunately. Is tammy a girl cat? Most ginger are boys l believe.Have a great day everyone, best wishes from sandy

    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Sandy – Tammy is a girl. The cat we had in the quilt shop for many years was a ginger girl named Emma. I’ve had several ginger boys, too.

  8. Kathy Hanson

    So many beautiful plants – lots to take care of! So gorgeous! Love the quilts. I am not getting much quilt making done with Penny around – but a little!! You are always so busy, I don’t know how you keep that much activity up!!! How wonderful!!

  9. Diane and Squeak in Central Ohio

    Thanks for the beautiful quilt and plant show. Not getting much done with husband recuperating from surgery! He really is hoping to be doing well enough to attend our first grandson’s HS graduation. I hope so! I am keeping busy with plant, bird, and other jobs. I need a new Patriotic something, too😀 so I’ll look through the new patterns. Thank you😻

    1. Kathy in western NY

      Diane – it’s good to hear your husband is home recuperating from his major surgery. I know double duty will be your job for awhile but get him well enough to get to that special graduation.

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