I want to wish everyone a Happy Easter and Happy Spring. I do get out of the cabin occasionally, and one of those trips was a visit to Ironstone Winery in Murphys. The grounds provided a great photo shoot for Mazey, as well as a wonderful area for us to take a walk through the flowers.
Thousands of daffodils, of many different varieties fill the area and line the walkways around the winery and through the trees.
I was playing around with the camera settings on my new phone, and snapped a picture of Mazey staring up at Joe. She is the perfect model.
In honor of Spring, I'm having a Spring Fling sale on my Etsy site. All patterns are 20% off for a limited time. This is Party in the Garden, the perfect quilt to put on display Spring through Summer. Click HERE to go to my Etsy shop. I made this one several years ago, in fact I made it twice.
I've spent the last two weeks knee deep, literally knee deep in the 86 yards of fabric sent to me from Marcus Fabrics. I'm working on all of the blocks for the upcoming Block of the Month. I'm working my way through my directions, and shop cutting guide for quilt shops who decide to carry the BOM. This is a big undertaking and a BIG deal for me. It has to be 100% correct and it is extremely detailed.
I've made many, many components for the blocks. I can't show them to you for a couple more months. When I can, I'm going to flood the airwaves with pictures of the new design. I can only tell you the name of the quilt is.....A Ribbon Runs Through It. Now I'll leave it up to your imagination.
Next week we are going to have our two teenage grandsons with us for Spring Break. We want to cherish this visit for a couple of reasons. We know as soon as they get into High School, we will not be able to spend this much time together. They will get all caught up in sports, FFA, cars, and girlfriends...not necessarily in that order. We feel so honored they want to be with us. Our young neighbor said we must be cool grandparents to have teenager grandsons who want to spend time with us. To that I said YES, we are!