Saturday, June 25, 2016

Hay Season...




You know it is summer here in Western Oregon

 when you don't hear the gentle hum of your 

sewing machine...






You hear the ROAR of a tractor diesel engine!






You aren't cutting beautiful fabrics...


You are cutting hay!







This is my view from the tractor cab...






I am waving at you........upper left corner






Can you see me now?






This is where I will be for the next few weeks...

always a lovely view from the hay fields.






At the top of the image I can see my house...

I am just across the river from it.




It is 6.45 pm...


My cowboy arrived to spell me...

time to go home and put my feet up!




I was able to get a couple of 

sewing days in last week:


My darling, sweet, kindred spirit......Linda

finished her pancake quilt....yay!





and you thought this wasn't going to be a

quilt related post.......fooled you!






CLICK HERE:  to see My Quilts


May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi

5 comments:

Doreen Auger said...

Yup.....the roar of tractors is heard here, too! Love the "pancake" quilt!!!!! Awesome texture!!!!!

Robbie said...

Ahhhhh the good times! Love the smells....your posts always take me back to my childhood! Thanks for that!

LJ said...

Ahhhh, the smell of freshly cut hay...

Sandra Lynn said...

Love, love, love those pancake quilts! How many layer cakes does it take for a quilt of that size?

LuAnn Kessi said...

Hi Sandra,

I really don't know how many layer cakes it would take to make a lap size pancake quilt.....sorry I cannot be of any help.

LuAnn