The bare ground is gone and we have lots of snow. It was higher than Molly’s back. She doesn’t mind plowing through the tall snow. It’s a fun playground.
Catalogues are still coming. The produce looks wonderful. The flowers are beautiful. My gardens were overgrown last year so I will either have to transplant or purge some of the flowers. I only buy from Wildseed Farm in Texas. My seeds have arrived. The geraniums are taking root. Some didn’t make it so I pulled them out and replaced them with another cutting. Spring is not far away.
My garden quilt now has six blocks. I’m not sure how I’m going to put them together. The inspiration will come and I will figure that out. For those who are new to this blog, I take the colors from a picture of flowers in my garden. Then find fabric that matches the colors in the picture. I am making 10″ blocks from Kimberly Einmo’s book “Precut Bonanza” from that fabric. There are twenty two 10″ blocks in the book. I’ll make as many as it takes to make the quilt. Then I may use the other size blocks for other projects, There are 200 different blocks in the book. That will keep me busy for a while.
It looks as if one light green jumped from one fabric pile to another. It’s o.k. as that color is in both pictures.
Have a great day and happy quilting.