Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Daughter's Quilt

Hi friends!
The next color for my daughters quilt.
It's light, but i think it will be fine. doesn't look this light in real life.
Yesterday i sewed these together, all eight!
We ran around yesterday so i didn't have time to do much more.
This morning we went looking for things to plant in the garden.
We had a bunch of seeds in the freezer from last year.  But always need tomato's and pepper. and got peaches and cream corn and cucumbers to pickle this year. my sweet pickles are running low and Tommy will only eat home made  chicken salad with my pickles in it.
That little brown bag is peaches and cream corn and it  was 15 dollars.  But it will last us a few years of planting.
we love peaches and cream corn.
Randy, the man that runs the garden supply said Missy was in there yesterday getting things to plant in her garden. She is the only one  of the family  besides us,that has a garden every year.
She Can's to.
Have a good one
Quilt Happy


Terry said...

It's that time of the year again. I'm getting ready also.

Julierose said...

Ooooh--loving that yellow--such a great pop of color..this will be a lovely quilt...I froze marigold seeds--I know, lotsa people don' like them but I L O V E them and even how they smell!! LOL I like the maroon and dark gold-ey ones--too early to set them out in their clay boxes yet--and no good windows for starting them indoors--so guess they'll be coming in really well late summer to Fall...hugs, Julierose

Chatty Crone said...

Love the quilt as usual.

And I wish I had a garden! That sounds like a lot of work - but such good homemade food for health! said...

Very pretty yellow. Your quilt almost reminds me of the old Hudson's Bay blankets that were traded. Peaches and cream corn? Sounds yummy.

Needled Mom said...

I'll bet that corn is amazing! Great job on the zig zags!

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

The quilt looks great. We used to have a large garden. My "country husband married to a city girl" took great joy working in it. We only put out tomatoe plants now and probably won't do that this year. I'll enjoy reading your posts about YOURS though.
xx, Carol