Well I don't have much to blog on! Watch, I say this and this will be a long post! lol Don't you just love Murphy's law?
Tuesday, Jennifer from Tilted Mountains, came over for a bite and some conversation. Oh alright, I had to bribe her with a cold Corona and lime! lol Just kidding!
I had an opportunity to talk with her one on one, something I had not had the occasion to do. We finished our get together in my sewing room chatting away about quilting, quilt shops, what works and what doesn't. Sometimes I think I would like to own a quilt shop! One day I'll know what I want to do when I grow up! Focus Carole, focus!
Sharon has been lamenting about her tomato plants and how they are not performing as she anticipated. So I thought I'd show off my 1 (one) cherry tomato plant. As you can see it is more than 7 (seven) feet tall. It has already started to produce lots of delicious tomatoes.
So Sharon, I think you do need to get yourself a pair of those farmer overalls, billy boots and a pitch fork. That may do the trick!
On a serious note, I wish I could tell you what we do to get the plant that way every year. We have no clue. All we know is that they love that spot. Even our regular tomato plants are doing much better there than in our garden.
On the quilting front. I have been working away at the Pine Grove quilt. All because I'm too lazy at the moment to change the thread on my machine! lol
I'm testing the Essential Thread - Connecting Thread on this quilt. I'm really not impressed with it for piecing. But, I do want to finish the quilt using the same type of thread. Accuracy is difficult enough without introducing another variable. All I have left to do is 2 (two) more borders and it's sandwich time!
Have a great day every one!