It’s finally fall and the heat of summer seems to have left us. Let’s celebrate the arrival of Autumn by making a harvest themed wall hanging/table mat.Read More
A few years ago a pair of robins made a nest in the Cecile Brunner rose that grows just outside my back window. Each morning I would sit at my kitchen table, drinking a cup of tea, waiting for the arrival of the hatchlings.Read More
I Just thought I'd share a few beautiful gifts from my life.
The photo above is from my 90 year-old mom's backyard. Yes, she still works in it everyday with her "outdoor" walker.
Remember how I mentioned the critters that like to help themselves to my garden? Well, one of them decided to make a nest in the drawer of my potting bench. Mouse?
And lastly, but certainly not least, I'd like to share the beautiful work of my Friendship Group. We are all stitching the Flowers From My Garden designs together. They are such a wonderfully talented group. Don't you agree?
Have a wonderful day!
SNAILS!! I have too many in my yard now and they have a particular fondness for my flowers buds and lettuces. I'm not fond of them in my garden, but I'm pretty partial to this wool applique snail.Read More
This is the second block in a 4 block series for the Flowers From My Garden Mystery Quilt. It is based on a 19th century sampler design by 10- year-old Elizabeth J. Demeritt of Rochester (New Hampshire or Massachusetts).Read More
Hopefully you have your background block completed and are now ready to begin appliqueing the design.
This post will cover the applique of the vase, flower stems, and the bottom flower petals.Read More