Thursday, May 30, 2013

The Gardens May 30, 2013

Just wanted to share how the gardens are doing so far this year. We have had a wonderful spring with cooler temps and plenty of rain. We added an additional container so that I could try some asparagus over the next few years. I also convinced Mr OLT to try raised beds in the big garden to try to cut down on his weeding time. He did build them, but, he wasn't convinced that they would work. He is now.

I hope to be digging a few potatoes within the next 2 weeks. We should also have tomatoes by that time too. I have been harvesting lettuce for weeks and finally pulled up the chard 2 weeks ago.

This is such a fun time of the year watching everything grow.

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Hope you have a great day. I'm going back to the studio and load a Christmas quilt top (Tree Skirt actually).  See ya later!!

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

T-Shirt quilts

I delivered this beautiful t-shirt quilt last night. Congratulations Megan!!!!

I have done several of these for this graduation season and still have several more to go. Thankfully, they don't have to be done until early summer.

Have a great day.

Saturday, May 4, 2013

Sally's Wedding Gift

I completed this quilt several weeks ago. Sally presented it last night, so now I can show it to you.
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Thank you Sally,

Thursday, May 2, 2013


Yes, the much awaited registration information is now available. We will be staying at St. Christopher Camp and Conference Center on beautiful Seabrook Island. Information is available on that page of the blog and the registration information is posted on the registration page. There is only a limited number of rooms available for this event, so, you really need to register early. You don't have a space until I have the deposit and a registration form.

I still need to get back to my New Hampshire trip stories, but, that will have to wait just a little longer.Until then:
Keep on sewin',