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Wednesday, August 24, 2022

Wordless Wednesday- Summer Quilts on the Farm

Good morning, ya'll. 

This not so wordless Wednesday post is straight from the farm. 

I took some of my quilt out to take photos as hay was being cut. These went in my foyer which I will share later this week. Have a great day, my friends.










As always...

Happy  Stitching and Quilting, ya'll

Melisa

Thank you for the sweet visit. 

Families are stitched together with memories. 

Hugs and Stitches!!!!🤗🧵❤

Dedicated to my dear sister, Amy. I love and miss you so much, Amo.  One year two days. 

I am joining these lovely ladies' link parties. I hope you check them out; they always have so many wonderful projects going on and provide the opportunity for other needleworkers to meet. 

Pat at  Life in  the Scrapatch for Stitch , Sew and Show- Wednesday

Jennifer at Inquiring Quilter for Wednesday  Wait Loss- Wednesday

Denise at For the Love of Geese for Put Your Foot Down- Thursday

Kelly at My Quilt Infatuation for Needle and Thread Thursday- Thursday 


24 comments:

  1. Great setting to take pics of beautiful quilts! I remember hay baling day...back before those huge round bales. Had a lot of sore muscles!! LOL But great memories!

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    1. Aah thank you so much for the sweet Wednesday visit, Brenda and for the kind words. Oh yes, I remember those days too. As a kid I loved sitting on the hay wagon and after all of the work was completed we would go jump in the river. Lol Have a great week . Happy quilting.

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  2. Your quilts are lovely, Melisa. What a beautiful day you had!

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    1. It was a beautiful day, Robin. Thankfully it was not too hot either. Thank you for the sweet midweek visit. Hugs

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  3. Love your quilts, especially the yellow one with the blue and red squares on point. Blessings!

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    1. Oh thank you so much, Donna. I made that quilt years ago and it has been in several local quilt shows. I always get compliments on it. It is one of my favorites. Have a blessed evening.

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  4. Hi, I'm new to your blog and enjoy it so much. I wanted to say a special thank you for sharing all your wonderful freebie designs. I love saltbox houses and have downloaded them all, and just finished my first and plan to start my second one today. I want to create a special display of them all done as flatfolds. Thanks again!

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    1. Aaah thank you so much, Cil for coming over for a visit. That means so much to me. It warms my heart to hear that you enjoy my humble little blog which is filled with lots of rambling and bits of quilts and stitching. I hope you enjoy each and every stitch in the saltbox series. A flat fold finish would be magnificent. Have a great week and happy stitching.

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  5. I love your quilts!! That coneflower one is soooo sweet. What a sweet moo-moo cow at the top of the post too.

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    1. Aaah thank you so much, Susie . The Coneflower quilt is extra special . it is made up from a lot of my daughter's clothing so there is a lot of sweet memories with that one. Lol I love taking photos of the cows. They can be so funny. Have a great evening.

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  6. I love the smell of fresh cut hay and grass! Your quilts look wonderful against the farm (and implement) back drops.

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    1. Oh I do too. There is definitely a sweet smell to it. The quilts fit perfectly with the yellow rusty hay rake. I had a devil of a time from keeping it spinning though. Lol. Have a great day and thank you for the sweet midweek visit.

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  7. Nice for you and your quilts to get a little playtime outside in the sunshine!

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    1. Oh it was so much fun, Jenny and it was not too hot. I would love to have a clothesline to hang the quilts on , but a metal gate did just fine. Lol. Hugs and blessings.

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  8. Beautiful quilts and beautiful scenery. I have recently found your blog posts and really enjoy following you.

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    1. Aaah welcome, Deborah and thank you so much for the sweet visit. I had a great evening taking photos of the quilts on the farm. I go out there every day for it is so peaceful. I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Blessings.

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  9. Fantastic pics of your beautiful quilts!

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    1. Aaah thank you so much, I ended up moving these into the foyer folded up. But it was a lot of fun to take them out to the farm for photos . Have a great weekend and happy stitching, my friend.

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    1. Happy Friday, dear Jacqueline. Thank you so much for the sweet visit. These quilts are some of my summer time favorites and have loads of memories stitched in them. It was so much fun to take them out on an outing to the farm. Have a very lovely weekend. Hugs

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  11. Bravo pour vos belles couettes .
    Bon week-end

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    1. You are so very kind, Monique. Thank you so much for the sweet visit. It was a fun day on the farm photographing the quilts. Have a very lovely weekend, my dear.

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  12. Love the photos! Such a perfect place to show off your quilts that are so pretty. Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.

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    1. Oh thank you so much, Jennifer. It was a lovely day on the farm and the quilts showed up great with the farm equipment. Thank you for all that you do and for the sweet visit. Happy quilting .

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