1930's Depression Era
400 pieces.....cut out last evening
I enjoy working with these fabrics so much,
cutting 400 pieces......went by quickly.
I snuck into the Thread Shed for a couple of hours
to stitch a few of these beauties together...
20 blades per block...
20 blocks needed for this quilt top...
I managed to sew 6 blade units together,
then it was time to go across the river
and check for new calves...
Here is our newest baby.....Calf Number 32
A tender moment between
Mama Cow and her bull calf
On the right is Big Marv...
he was raised on a bottle 2 years ago.
He welcomes all of the new babies...
we call him Uncle Marv.
Our little goat herd is growing...
the new kid goats are over 2 weeks of age
and growing so quickly.
It was over 80 degrees the last few days...
the goats still have their winter hair
and they are suffering a bit from the heat.
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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,