Yes I got back to work on the Retro Air Ship Propellers and it is finished. It was hard to get it to lay completely flat on the carpet – it is flatter than it looks on that one end. After moving the big heavy coffee table I didn’t feel like crawling all over the floor to straightened it out. I started the blocks back in September but by January I think I had only done 5 of them LOL – in February I got serious about tackling it and getting it done and it zoomed on by after that. This well be the last you see of this one for awhile – I want to hand quilt this one and put some sort of geometric quilting in the big border with red thread – I hope to get to it this fall or winter. Finished at 99 inches square give or take a half inch here or there. Linking to Sew Fresh Quilts and Jo’s Country Junction and Quilt Fabrication: MidWeek Makers.
I did work on the Hexagons off and on yesterday also – maybe that will be finished for the next post. In the meantime more tulips have opened.
All the potted plants still waiting to be planted – the garden is way too wet, I can’t even walk down to it without my feet sinking in dirt – maybe this weekend – more rain Wednesday night possibly bad storms coming through – hope it will miss us and hope all my Oklahoma and Texas blogging friends will have come through the storms ok as they are getting hit before me. I like the warmer temperatures at this time of year and all the plants growing – but I hate tornado season – the storms are really bad at times – I cleaned out the storm shelter in case we have to use it.
My skinny 3 year old apple tree has blossoms on it! hope the storm doesn’t ruin it – doubt I would get any apples this year but would be nice to get one or two!
Here maybe you can see the whole tree better – all behind wire so the deer won’t get it – they were really interested it in the first year so we put a wire fence around it.