Have you ever purchased kits or fabric thinking that ‘I can do that next week’ and 3 years or more have gone by! I do it more than I should. This project is one of those. I am finding that it is much easier to start smaller projects and then actually finish them. I started this … Continue reading throw back thursday to last fall
Sometimes things just take a long time to get finished! This table topper is an example of pure procrastination! Why is it that stuff only gets finished in a timely manner if there is a deadline? I am an expert in that area! Taxes, yep, I waited until the very last day to get it … Continue reading table topper done!
The quilt is done and at its home so I thought I had better get some pictures posted! This quilt had been sitting on my quilt table since last Spring waiting for me to finish it! I have had a hard time this last year finding time to work in my sewing room. So, … Continue reading a quilt for carson
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
Cece, is what we call her, is my nieces daughter and she is two. She and her sister get to come up and visit us here on the farm one day a week while her parents work. I love my days with them and often we go on excursions around the farm and sometimes we go … Continue reading a quilt for Cecily