I've finished my quilt, Have A Heart, by adding a scalloped border.
It needs some quilting and binding and then it will be a sweet treat to wrap up in.
Have A Heart
It's was such a fun and happy quilt to make!
I need to make a more "manly" one for a sweet family member who is quite ill.
He's in my family's heart and he needs to know that we love him. Maybe reds and blacks?
Here's a little snippet from my row for the Row-A-Long in September.
It's paper pieced and made with Northcott's fabulous Artisan Spirit fabric.
My row is simple compared to some of the other amazing designers. Their rows will wow you!
Plus, lots and lots of giveaways have been donated by so many sponsors thanks to
Marian at Seams to be Sew and her hard work at putting this blog hop together.
My monsters multiplied and began to be stuffed by some nice ladies who even sat through
my class on freezer meals. It was such a fun night with lots of service projects going on.
I found some HUGE zucchinis in my garden...wowzers! Luckily I picked them before the skin got
too tough and they got all seedy. I ended up with 10 bags of shredded zucchini to put in the freezer.
They'll be great in muffins, breads, and spaghetti sauce. Yum!
My sister shared some of her overgrown plants and now our yard is looking pretty amazing.
We weren't sure they'd survive transplanting them in the summer heat,
but they were tough and made it. Even the rose bush made it. Yay!
Take time to smell the roses and of course, sew!