Saturday, April 18, 2015

Playing outside in the sunshine........

No there isn't a photo of me playing outside!  I could have taken a picture of the blister I got from raking leaves.  I got the front flower beds looking pretty respectable but I still have a few big weeds to dig out behind my bushes.  It sounds like another nice day to work outside today.  I didn't take any new photos yesterday so I'll just give you the straight on view of the same shot I showed yesterday at an angle.  I have some more triangles cut and ready to sew but instead I did another row of quilting on the Kaffe zig zag quilt last night.

8 comments:

Pat said...

What no picture of the blister? lol I am trying this again, we will see if it gets through to you.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

:) It always takes awhile for the hands to get used to the rake and shovel! I only have half of the little bed that I use to plant vegetable in turned and my shoulders were killing me yesterday - I didn't get a blister - I got the aches.

Hedy Hahn said...

Our leaves here at the cottage are a foot deep. I wear gloves while raking and can still get a blister. It always looks so good afterwards. Your quilt is looking great!

Needled Mom said...

The blending of the colors is so beautiful in that layout.

I'm so glad the weather has been good enough to be outside playing in the dirt. It's been a long winter.

Kevin the Quilter said...

I have been away, I come back, and look at this wonderful quilt! I took a stroll back through previous posts.....I love the way it is coming along! I did some yard work myself and got blistered by the sun!

Elsie Montgomery said...

This is going to be one of my favorites of your quilts!

Elaine/Muddling Through said...

We did a little yard work today, too. The front yard was badly in need of cutting after all the rain we've had. It was nice to get outside for a bit.

Jenny Bowker said...

I am very pleased that you love my pattern as much as I do. The quilt is really beautiful - great colours and placements. It is nice to see it on an Australian blog but I thought you were American?

Jenny Bowker
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