No entries posted for a bit, and that's because we've been so busy doing ordinary things. At this time of year (especially with such a late spring), we're up to our necks with things like spreading mulch, mowing lawns, trimming overgrown shrubs, and laying down fertilizer to name just a few chores. Of course, probably everyone I know is doing the same things.
When not working outside or just enjoying our patio after working outside, I had time to spend in my studio. There's nothing to show because I just worked on cutting pieces for a quilt. The pattern was in the QuiltMania magazine several years ago. It's a slight variation on a spool design, and I fell in love with it. When I came across the fabrics I had selected for the quilt while going through my bins, I fell in love all over again. Unfortunately, the published quilt is a wall-hanging that is too large for our walls, and there are yards of fabric. So guess what I'm going to make . . . a king-size quilt!
But first things first, tomorrow I will be helping to spread the last of our mulch on the big backyard garden - or spreading the mulch as far as it will go.