I do indeed. She was given a lot of fabric and was downsizing. I was one of the beneficiaries. I want(ed?) to make a quilt for our bed. I've come to realize that it would be wise to start with something smaller to ease back into sewing.
Perfect for an afternoon "little something". Thanks and continue to stay cool.Ahhhhh .... after yesterday's storms there is a cool freshness in the air this morning, and a delightful breeze! I will take my coffee out to the garden to take full advantage of this beautiful day in creation! I've just finished baking some little sourdough buns - so I will leave a basket of them here in the room with cream cheese and raspberry jam for spreading. Enjoy my friends.
Nothing stops field bindweed! No, seriously, this stuff is seriously unstoppable. Apparently farmers just plough it under as deep as possible. The iron based stuff we are allowed to use now slows it down at best. Creeping charlie, which is what I have in front, is pretty tough, too, but it looks nicer at least and has a nice smell when you cut it.And one groundcover that's quite good at choking out some other worse things is white clover.