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Up on my design wall this morning is the first of the four Rubys Garden quilts
I worked on it a little Saturday and finished all the alternate blocks and now I'm ready to sew them together.... I think it looks really sweet.
This one is going to be for my youngest daughter who loves pink
At one time I was auditioning different fabric for the outer border.
But as you can see from the pictures I think I'll go with just the background fabric,... that one looks the best
I like to take photos of the quilts on the wall because by looking at a pictures I get a better perspective of how all the colors and fabrics blend together, seeing what works and what doesn't work.
My goal for the day is to finish assembling this top and then deciding on which fabrics I will use for the next set of embroidered blocks. Each one will be made from different fabric.
Even though it was 75° this morning at
6 AM. I got out early... walked and went out to the veggie garden to work
I weeded around the bales of straw, planted my green beans and laid a soaker hose to give it more continuous watering
The bales of straw dry out sooner than my beds do so I'm going to need to hook that hose up to the timer and have it water more often.
Linking up to http://lovelaughquilt.blogspot.com/