Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Midweek Makers 338

Welcome to Midweek Makers!

Summer is definitely here - we've had days in the 90's and none of the typical June weather of early morning coastal fog, and I fear those days are a thing of the past. How sad.

As for quilting, I have nothing to share (again, how sad), and instead more yard progress. We rented an excavator to remove a grove of invasive Acacia, and after a week, we're almost done. Here's hubby on day 1, though the majority of those little pesky trees seen in the picture are now gone, I do miss their shade!

Soon we can move onto other stumps and large ivy roots - what a chore! I can't wait for hubby to go back to work so I can take some days off and sew. Until then, let's enjoy what others are showing here at Midweek Makers.

From Gretchen's Little Corner, a pretty flimsy in the works,

from Quilts Etc, another pretty flimsy in the works,

and finally, a pretty finish from Needle and Foot.

And now it's your turn - what's your share this week?

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  1. it changes an area so much when you take out a lot of trees - and yes loose a lot of shade - we had a very large tree taken out near the house about 5 years ago and lost the shaded look but got use to it and found there were other trees close enough by the house that we still had shade - the change of view was the hardest thing to get used to

  2. Always fun to see other people's work! Really beautiful! So much work in the garden! You are very brave! We took out 5 trees last year and I miss them dearly - even the messy crab apple. I got 5 quilts in the box this month (small ones for the kid's hospital) but it's so hot - Chicago - I hide in the basement and sew! Win!
    Stay cool!

  3. I think I spontaneous broke out in sweat reading about your garden work. Me, not a gardener at all. Every few years I plant some annuals. I'd like to plant some bulbs (daffodils mostly) one of these falls. Instead I'm like Piecemeal -- I stay in the basement and piece, quilt and read. Hope you get a few minutes of sewing in soon. You deserve it.


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