Wednesday, August 17, 2016

My Day Yesterday

Hi friends!
'Last night i just decided to meander on this . Just so i could get it finished.
I was tired after this.
Six quarts and i pint , used a basket full of little tomato's so  they wouldn't rot.
This is want our thing? said at about 5 o'clock.
Thank goodness for A.C.!
I had been planning on doing this for s while so i did it last night , soak with a vinegar bath. I put both of my big cutting mats in to soak.
So at least i got something done yesterday.
Have a good one
Quilt Happy


Julierose said...

I've never heard of soaking cutting mats in vinegar bath??? Does it clear up those scratches and scrapes???
Wow--you have been putting up a lot of produce this summer...
hugs, Julierose

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A pleasure to offer you a degree for your site said...

I have been greening up my tomatoes, and washing, then freezing the tomatoes. Green beans I am still canning.

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

I'm also interested in that vinegar bath. Hi HO HI HO it's off to Google I go!!
xx, Carol

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Chatty Crone said...

Vinegar and peroxide/water clean everything. I use it too. And were you saying the temp was 77???

Mary Burnette said...

I want to see a pioture of the quilt you were meandering. Looks interesting!