I love the spring season! Newness abounds in many forms on the farm. From baby kittens to newly planted spring wheat turning the brown fields green. Yard work is one of the spring chores that I actually enjoy. I can basically start new every spring when I clear the rubbish and destruction from a very … Continue reading soon there will be pretty flowers
Snowy February days gets me thinking that I really need to update my Blog. Being consistent is not working for me, so I will just have to jump in. focus on knitting I really need to take some classes to be able to knit items other than afghans and scarves! But until that happens I’m … Continue reading snowy February days…
In early April, I met up with my mom and sister, my aunt and cousin in Ellensburg and we had girls weekend away! We have done this every spring for quite a few years and it is always fun! On the way to Ellensburg I made a stop at Palouse Falls State Park. I had … Continue reading girls weekend away
I found a cool little Lollipop Bags pattern in a quilt shop last fall and so far have made probably a dozen of them and given most of them away as gifts. I simplified it by not adding the handle or rosette. I love the contrasting triangle, it just gives it that little extra a little bag needs. They make … Continue reading little pretty bags
The days have been getting warmer and longer. The fields are turning green and the wheat is taking in the sunshine and rain. Mark has a great way of expressing it, God is irrigating the wheat for us again! Praise God, because we need the rain and the sunshine. The farm work gets kicked into … Continue reading its spring and the wheat is growing…
I thought I had better share with you my slow progress with Carson’s quilt. I have been working on some blocks that will be the main focus. It has been fun and challenging. Last fall I had visited family in Nebraska and my aunt showed me a quilt that had barns on it. I … Continue reading progressing slowly….
It will soon be my grandson’s first birthday and I have a quilt to make! I had some ideas running around in my head and finally figured out what to do. It obviously had to have ‘farm stuff’ in it, so I looked on Pinterest and in my quilt books and came up with a … Continue reading picking fabric