I made six Jacob's Ladder blocks with green but I can't find the picture! But I used a bit of green in my Barn Dance blocks--
Look carefully--there are bits of green in several blocks! These are the 1/16th measurement blocks for Step 4. Here are all my blocks so far--
These blocks went so fast! Does it seem like that to anyone else?? Please see everyone's green projects at SoScrappy.
Life has been crazy busy! I'm volunteering again but we are still planting crops. Its rained and the fields are too wet to work so I'm sewing at the camper. I took a few pics while I was "farming".
This old cemetery is found along a dirt road. Sprinkled through the cemetery and ditch are these purple iris from long ago. There must have been a church at one time, the concrete steps are still in the fence line. Although the names on the headstones are common to the area, I have no idea who they were or what the church name was.
One evening when leaving the field I noticed the moon was coming up.
The evening was hazy and I liked the way the trees and bins set off the moon.
My Nelly Moser clematis is blooming--
The blossoms are about the size of my hand. I love the stripes on the flowers.
There hasn't been much time to sew, today its overcast and sometimes we get short periods of scattered sprinkles. Beautiful weather, about 70F right now with a slight breeze. The windows are open and I did a bit of unpacking in the camper.
Here is my 401a set up in my camper.
I hope for more consistent blogging when life settles down. I have tomatoes to plant (but no garden spot tilled yet) and my flower pots are still empty. The bird feeders are up and the finches are greedy things--empty a sock almost every day! The orioles are eating grape jelly and the hummingbirds keep looking for a feeder. Last year the wasps found my hummer feeder so I am considering not putting it out.