My daughter-in-law stopped yesterday afternoon with an elephant ear from the fair for me. It was still warm! Yum!! Deep fried bread dough, butter, sugar and cinnamon, what could be better.
While she was here I asked if we could make a path to my sewing machine. She moved the dining room chairs out and rearranged the bookshelves on wheels.
Next I needed to clean off the top of the cabinet. Most of it was just shifted over to a shelf on the rolling cart.
Remember the little 2" pinwheels made of the Australian fabrics? The fabric I thought I was going to use as alternate squares didn't work so I used this yellow one. The squares are 2" finished so you can do the math to see how little it is. I will have more fabric to cut the little triangles from when I cut the rest of the Hunter Star blocks so I may add on to this later.
In the spring and summer I pull out all of the Goldenrod that I see but there are always a few plants that I miss. This one is out by the raised tomato plant bed.