My daughter reminded me today on our walk that I hadn't done a blog post since Wednesday, so I told her I'd get right on it. Here's a photo of her on our walk, stopping to pick the wild blackberries that are rampant here in western Washington.
This next photo shows my husband's hops (I "hopped" right to it with the blog post), with our neighbor Dick's corn in the background.
And today was Sew Day With the Twisted Nuts at my house, but I forgot to get photos of their projects because I was busy thinking about the food. The blocks above are what I'm working on. I'm trying to make a dent in my stash of batiks that goes back about 15 or 20 years.
Here's the table setting. I LOVE sunflowers, but the ones Dave planted in our garden haven't bloomed yet.
And here is my neighbor Rosemary's sunny table setting from last week, when she had us over for a delightful potluck dinner. Her fruit platter, below, is good inspiration for a colorful summer quilt.
That's all the news from my quiet little neighborhood. Hope you're having a good summer.
Have a colorful day