Hmmmmm, what is that behind the bird feeder??
It is the back of a new quilt. What a surprise.
And here is the front. This little baby quilt finishes at 49 inches square. It is the disappearing nine patch I was working on a while back made from charm packs that I've had for a long time. I added a couple of borders and it looks pretty good to me.
I finally got an extension table for the bed of my longarm, so I was able to use the circle template. I had to take a break from this quilt I've been working on to play with it. You know.
Here's a shot as I was quilting it. It was a lot of fun!
You know that here in the land of Muddle we have chickens. I am allowing the girls to free range in the back yard for a good part of each day now and they are loving it! They are right outside my window once again, just like in this picture. I love hearing their contented little murmurs as they go about their chicken-y business.
This big kalanchoe out in front is starting to bloom.
And the Carolina jessamine on the lattice is really putting on a show!
I was looking at the azaleas just a bit ago and I think we'll have blooms on them soon if we don't get another freeze. It is so good to see things start to come to life again! We're getting a nice rain shower right now and it will cool down a little then.
The world IS so full of a number of things, as Robert Louis Stevenson so famously said, that we all should be as happy as kings. I am happy, and so thankful for so many things. I hope you are, too.
Hugs and kisses,