Mr. Clyde, mighty hunter specializing in bugs
Color makes me happy!
I like the overgrown naturalized look but this might be a little too much. If you want to follow the path, you have to fight your way through the sunflowers.
I thought I may have dug up all the Surprise Lilies (AKA Naked Ladies) when I was thinning out the orange daylilies but here they are making themselves at home in the Hibiscus.
In May, I decided to hide the septic tank cover by planting Zinnia seed over it. When I didn't see seedlings, I planted more and maybe planted just a few too many!
I really am working on machine quilting the Wish Upon a Feathered Star wall hanging but its going slow. There was a time when I would have pushed myself to just get it done but since Covid began, I've been slowing down and usually only spend a couple of hours quilting a day if at all.
I've finished quilting one star block trying to get everything just right. Then I took this photo and realized because the fabric is so busy, most of the quilting is not going to show at all. Not only that, this wall hanging will hang over our fireplace where no one will be able to get up close to see the quilting. This is the perfect machine quilting project for me at this time!
Until next time, Mayleen