I have been working on a quilt similar to one I made several years ago. It has always been one of my favorites, and I decided I wanted to make one to live here.
I've been making these blocks for a coupe of weeks now.
I've put them up on the design wall and then expanded to two design walls. I've remade blocks and rearranged blocks and it is beginning to look like the never ending project. But I WILL finish it.
This sugary bit of deliciousness is a fried apple pie.
My sister Sue lives in Colorado and has an apple tree that has been very generous to her and her sweet husband this year. She decided to try drying some of the bounty. I was the very fortunate recipient of some of that and right away made some of these goodies. Mr. Muddling and I enjoyed them. Quite a lot!
Looking out into Ruthie's garden I see the althea is blooming beautifully. It is also called a rose of Sharon.
Mostly it's just a muddy mess out there. We've had lots of rain and more to come.
But, I need look no further than the kitchen windowsill to see my sweet African violets blooming their little hearts out for me! I do love them.
I hope there is something you love seeing in your world today!
Hugs and kisses,