Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Quilts......and Farming



As you can read on the right side of this blog...

" My quilts are greatly influenced by my life on

a ranch in the Harlan Valley. "


This short video speaks volumes:






Many Thanks to each of you who take the time to

 follow this blog journey.


CLICK HERE to view:  Our Cattle

CLICK HERE to view:  Life on Kessi Farm

CLICK HERE to view:  My Quilt Journey

CLICK HERE to see my Quilts


May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,
LuAnn Kessi


4 comments:

Martha said...

Lou Ann, I always LOVE seeing pictures of your farm. Thanks for posting Paul Harvey's "God Made a Farmer." I had only seen snatches of it. Your life looks like it's right out of a novel, although I know that's not realistic. But we can enjoy imagining it that way!

Patricia said...

Thanks for posting that! I was raised on a farm so I know about the hard work and long hours. Daddy raised beef and sold tomatoes and corn and field peas during the summer. It's a great life but I've never wanted to be a farmer, I would like to live on a few acres again instead of in a subdivision.

Donna said...

Oh LuAnn, your farm is beautiful--tall trees and yummy green--WOW! I love it! All those animals too. It's just lovely.

Here in North Texas, we seem to have an abundance of browns and golds surrounding us. It's probably because we stay in drought, and even when we don't, it's so hot by mid summer that most green disappears, and the majority of trees don't grow very tall either.

I've always heard Oregon was pretty. Now that we have an RV, we will have to check it out one day. Thank you so much for sharing your farm. The pictures really warmed my heart.
D~~~~

Kelly said...

LuAnn, I just found you on Pinterest and you are a crazy great doodler!! Your sketchbooks are amazing! I have just started longarming and LOVE it! It has become a very quick passion. Thank you!!!!