Monday, June 7, 2021

Monday Making


Today's plan is to get the last dozen Sawtooth Star blocks done.  I did find the other blocks that I initially bought this fabric for - a QAL with Barbara Brackman.  Maybe I can get both projects to flimsy stage this month.

Linking up with BETH - see what others are up to.

I did a 'Rose Garden' photo shoot - the Silver Anniversary is in her glory.

And I always have to look for the little bushes hidden .  They are little roses gifted to my Mom for holidays and then I take them out to add to the flower bed.  Sometimes they make it and sometimes not.  Once the white florals get done and pruned back, I find these tiny treasures. 

The 300+ yrs old bush is just loaded this year.  She is so thorny, that I don't worry about the deer nibbling this one (they ate my climbers by the porch)

One lone open - the rest will follow soon and oh what an aroma will fill the yard!

Have a lovely Monday,

Sewingly Yours,



Carol Swift said...

Your roses are gorgeous...happy Monday to you, too!

Vireya said...

It is wonderful to see that old rose bush looking so healthy and vigorous!

Joyce Carter said...

The roses are beautiful. I bet when all those buds open up, it will be an awesome sight. Please post pictures when they do.

Barbara said...

Oh my gosh...your roses are spectacular!

MissPat said...

Wonderful roses. I gave up on them when the deer started eating the ones right by the front steps. Although the deer have been mostly MIA this year. I'm sure they'll be back though. Especially since the day lilies are budding.

sewyouquilt2 said...

Beautiful roses.deer ate mine and came across the front and ate my petunias too. Grrrrr

QuiltGranma said...

I have not finished my stars quilt for Stars In A Time Warp either. I made mine to finish at 8", so I could use my fabric strips easier. I have a lot of them made, and baggies with "kits" for more!