Thursday, July 19, 2018

Stitching and Sign Making...


Making time for stitching...




Over the summer I have squirreled away 

enough time to piece together

113 Crosscut Quilt Blocks...




In 90 degree weather,

the box fan runs steady in the Thread Shed





Today, I am trimming up the

crosscut blocks...





A revolving cutting surface works best...





It saves time, is more accurate and 

is easier on your body...





All trimmed up...

112 more crosscut blocks to trim...



On the farming side of our lives...


We recently moved our cow and calf pairs 

to summer pasture.

They are on open range now,

which means they use the road 

to cross between our pastures.

It was time to make new signs 

to post on the road.



2 signs are needed:


One sign is posted on each end of the road...





We are hoping this will slow down the log trucks 

this summer, as well as the hunters this fall.





Our cow and calf pairs will remain 

on Open Range grazing until 

we move them the end of the year.




CLICK HERE:  to see My Quilts




May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi



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