I finished up my secret project and it is ready for a morning mail out. So I decided to put together my rows for this wonderful quilt inspired by Beth. I love her border treatment, but I am going with a 4.5" white border (that should just about use that up) followed by a double row of 2.5" squares - I hope it tames that scrap barrel. Maybe doing a scrappy border will give me less stress - you know how I hate to add borders. I will have just enough of the black used for the star points for the binding to tie it together.
** linking up with Scraptastic Tuesday **
We finally had some warm, sunshiney days that just made everything just POP to life. This is an apple tree just off the corner of my side of the main house. I bought it 22 yrs ago for my Dad for Father's Day. We lost our large orchard to a tornado in 1989 and we missed having all those lovely fruit trees. This was marked a 'miniature' (there is actually about a dozen behind the barn now hidden by this tree) and there were two cherry trees too but they developed a fungus and we lost them.
Look how dense those blossoms are! This tree has come into it's maturity - so wish my Dad could see this. I took the photos from my porch because it was also dense with bees working their magic. We have a couple of days of severe storms rolling in - a by-product of the plains storms - so I want those little buzzy fuzzies to enjoy those flowers before they are gone.