Two more flimsys are finished for the Hands 2 Help 2019 Challenge. They will be donated to the MCC Comforter Bash along with the other two I completed in April! They don't need to be quilted because they'll be knotted at the 'bash'.
The string stars that I started sewing together at retreat are finished and sewn into a 60" by 86" flimsy.
And a clothesline view.
The other flimsy is a log cabin. It measures 61" by 83". It's OK if they're a little larger than the required 60" by 80" they request. They just can't be smaller than that size.
You can tell the dark strings came from the same box.
Linking to Needle & Thread Thursday, Peacock Party, TGIFF!, Brag About Your Beauties, Finished Or Not Friday, Hands 2 Help 2019, Oh Scrap
Here are some pictures from around the farm.
In spite of what the "experts" say, this bleeding heart loves the full sun on the west side of our house.
It's about 3 feet tall and has been in this spot for many years.
This bleeding heart on the east side of the house has quite a ways to grow. It's way behind the other one but when it starts blooming, it will bloom into July. It only gets direct light in the early morning.
These heifers are glad to be out on pasture. They love the fresh grass.
The bull is enjoying the grazing too.
It's the middle of May and farming should be going full force now but northern Indiana has had so much rain that we can't get in the fields. Enforced patience isn't fun!