Podunk Posy quilt top DONE! The last stitch was made yesterday morning. I was waiting for the perfect lighting to get pictures. Well I waited to long. But did manage to get some tomatoes and sweet banana peppers planted and mulched, hoed the garden, watered the new seedlings and got a small garden wagon load of grass clippings from the neighbor for garden mulch.
So we'll try again today for better pictures and writing the last tutorial for the borders assembly. I'm glad it was finished while my ugly tulips were still blooming. These are the only tulips I have so my quilt wasn't inspired by them. Someone gave them to me. Can you see them in the bottom left of this picture?
Here's a better shot. UGLY! Looks like the tulip of death. Makes me wonder if the person that gave them to me was mad or casting some wicked curse on me!...LOL! Nah..she's a sweety.
This picture didn't turn out to bad. It shows more of the true colors. However my phone camera makes all oranges look very bright. I call my tech guy(my son) to see what he thinks is the problem.
The next two pictures have absolutely nothing to do with my quilt I just thought they were cute. These guys are on my route into town. Now are they donkeys, mules, or jackasses? I don't know the difference. I'm a country girl not a farm girl. My sweety gets that confused also. There's a big difference in growing up in the country and growing up on a farm. My grandparents were farmers and I spent time there but not enough to call myself a farm girl. To much POO on a farm for this country girl.
When taking the pictures it occurred to me that they seem so sad. They didn't even notice I was there. What purpose do they have besides keeping these pastures cleared? Poor ole Eeyore.
I'm linking up with Lorna at Sew Fresh Quilts
and at Esther's quilt blog
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