This is my"Down on the Farm" BOM
and you can order the pattern (we may even
have a few kits left) by clicking here.
And this is the gorgeous crabapple tree in
our front yard. It's finally starting to lose
some of the blossoms now. When I got up
this morning there were white dots all over
the front porch. In the quilt, it's the tree with
the red dots but it's still spring so the dots are white.
Here's what I see when I go out the front door.
I love my japonica too.
And of course, wherever I go, Elizabeth goes.
I'm not sure where Dobby is, but he's
around somewhere, I'm sure. You can
usually find me by following the barking.
Pep says I don't need people with trumpets
and flags to "herald" me, I have Dobby.
The bleeding hearts and golden poppies are
blooming and the iris are starting to bud.
And we're finding morels - our favorite mushrooms.
Pep will make us scrambled eggs and mushroom
tonight for dinner and I will
get to stitch on the Spring Quilt of the Quarter.
division of labor. Whenever I go to a bridal
shower and they have us write a piece of advice
for the bride, I always write "Be sure to marry a
man who can cook."
Have a great week ladies with the people and
the quilts that you love the most.