Why didn’t I post this sooner????? I hung this quilt for Fourth of July and we’re offering you the pattern, no photo, for $3.00. You won’t get it done for this year’s holiday but you could start for next year.
Hometown USA, 35″x49″
This quilt appeared in one of our first books for Martingale and then became a single pattern because we loved it so much.
If you’re ordering this pattern and just happen to have an extra address label you could send along, it would make my job so much easier. Just slap that label on the envelope and into the mailbox it goes. Thanks in advance.
(This posting has already crashed once so there will be no “tests” this time. I am no techie so I’ll be experimenting again soon. No ads will appear in the email – only on our home page so that’s why I want you to go there.)
Here’s my other favorite Fourth of July quilt – Uncle Sam.
This pattern is complicated and we need to lay it out for our copier and we promise to do that but not right now so UNCLE SAM PATTERN IS NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.
Last night after supper as I looked east there were some more interesting clouds. Even though our rain chances had been only 10% all day, it had already rained twice.
The dogs and I headed to the garden to try to weed a few onions. As soon as we got out there it rained again but as I stood up from my weeding this is what I saw.
A double rainbow! It felt like a reward for being out there weeding in the rain!
And the old hens are laying again – they took a break a few weeks ago and I can never resist taking pictures of their beautiful eggs.
My hibiscus is also blooming it’s little heart out.
Rick is up walking with his boot on and even helped me with the mowing. YAY! We go back to Mayo July 5.
OK – here’s the summary:
Hometown USA pattern, $3.00, include an address label if you think of it.
And I hate to be redundant but Connie’s Cobblestones is still available, also for $3.00.
Thanks for helping me with the “test”yesterday — if I were smarter I’d be able to figure this out myself! Hahaha! Connie is with her grandkids at Adventureland today – what fun!