Monday, June 29, 2020

Still Unpacking


I didn't do a lot of sewing this week but I did unpack all the large pictures and even hung a few pictures. Most of them are placed in the spot I think I want them to be but am not brave enough to put a hole in the wall yet.

I also took a truck load of goodies to my niece and another truck load of stuff to the animal humane society thrift store. I can almost move around my garage and there might even be an empty shelf.

I finished the disappearing nine patch quilt top.


I really like how this turned out. It is about 66 x 78 inches. Best part is it is all made from stash scraps. All of the fabric in this quilt has been in at least one or more other quilts. I still have a few blocks that wouldn't fit in this quilt that I'll make into a baby quilt. I want it all gone!

I'm still learning about the plants in my back yard. Here are a few pictures I took:


Pink/purple hydrangea.


Blue hydrangea...this bloom is huge!


I've always called this plant an elephant's ear. I love the tall blooms on it.


And the Hosta's are blooming.

No goals for this week. Jayme is coming up to visit and I don't know how much sewing I'll be able to do. Have a great 4th of July.
 





3 comments:

Cheree @ The Morning Latte said...

Sounds like you got a lot done! Unpacking and finishing a quilt top! Hydrangeas are one of my favs!

Loris said...

Oh those post move garages! I'm glad to hear you are making progress. I don't know how long it took to get all our boxes unpacked after our last move but long enough that I don't ever want to do it again. HA!
Great work on the DNP! Those are definitely fun to sew.
Your plants are looking lovely. Lots of beautiful interest in your garden.

Needled Mom said...

You’re making good headway on the unpacking. Those hydrangea are really gorgeous.