This morning I found this info on a Roanoke Times gardening blog.. Great info! Fanatical Botanical: 7 Mid-season gardening tasks By Heather O’Bryan July is a crucial month for gardening. There are several key tasks that must be performed to
I stopped entering online contests for fabric a few months ago.. one or 2 here and there.. just stopped.. but this one contest at Melissa Corry’s www.happyquiltingmelissa.com site caught my eye and I entered and WON.. 30 GLORIOUS fat quarters from
Goldie & I are going to start a new baby blanket for a little boy that is due to join this world in a few weeks.. so today, on my design board is a Baby Boy Hexi blanket. I’ve made
Yesterday I moved the new Babylock Symphony into the dining room to work on a project with the walking foot. Last week when I did this I had to take 4 Aleve for my shoulders and my back was killing
I had the occasion to feed the neighbors men one recent evening while the ladies had a sisters-weekend in Nashville. I was quite pleased when both ladies told me their husbands said how good dinner was and asked for my recipe..
First I’ll say Thank You to not only my father and my son for serving and protecting our country.. but every service man & woman — Thank You… I was honored myself today, being highlighted in a post over at
I won this pattern several weeks ago in the QuiltyPleasures 100 Block Vol 10 give away.. I instantly fell in love and knew I’d have to make it and donate to a veteran.. Camelia Elliot I’m having a wonderful time putting
On a serious fluke I decided very last minute to gather up several of my pieces of handi-work and enter them in the Franklin County (VA) Agricultural Fair. I’d been seeing signs all over town about the fair but didn’t
Contest, applique, prize
Ok so what we have here is a test.. I found my way to a site with an embroidery/quilt project I MUST have, but before I plunk down cash for the pattern I had to test tracing and color tinting.