|47 quarts Pat! I wish I had that much put up already!! I am watching my tomatoes ripen. It has finally gotten warm enough for them. The weeds continue to grow warm or cool...|
This is what I have done so far on Elizabeth. I had started the detatched buttonhole and then reread the directions...Adding the whipped backstitch and the pulled stitched before the buttonhole makes them MUCH easier to place. I am doing a little at a time and enjoying the process.
On to the next batch of blackberry jam!
|These are my Amish Tomatoes that are too small to can. I dry them and use them all winter. I am also canning green beans and tomatoes. Not as much as some of you ladies, but my tomatoes are just starting to ripen. I love this time of year although it cuts into my stitching. By evening I am so tired that I don't dare do anything that requires much counting.|
|Picket Fence:Buzzy Day by Mill Hill|
I have all the beads on this piece. It isn't cut out as I am not putting it on the Picket Fence that it is designed for. Why? The March Picket Fence that I have stitched keeps falling off the fence. (It is attached with velcro dots.) I think I will make two of three more of these designs and stick them all on a box. After all, I have quite a collection in the basement!