Yes, we have made it home and dry!
Truthfully, it was not the house construction that nearly pushed me over the edge, but the garden! I thought I was going to have to cancel the move in date with Anne as the garden was taking too long to plant! Especially those berries!
Not a great picture but it was taken under quite poor night light
Thank you Anne for keeping us at it.
I have enjoyed the challenge of working to a deadline. Now to get it quilted and up!
Thanks for joining me and watching progress:)
Your quilt looks marvelous! I am so happy about the end of the construction phase! Now we can move on to a new site! Congrats on your finish!ReplyDelete
Your quilt is wonderful! Thank you so much for joining in and playing with us.ReplyDelete
Love it Shazy!! Wonderful neighborhood! :))ReplyDelete
I'd say your landscaping skills are 100%!! It's truly beautiful! Glad you got it done as it's so worthwhile! Now what else are you working on??!!!ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend!
Wonderful job on your neighborhood quilt! I have loved looking over all of your beautiful prim projects. I am wondering if the little wall quiltie behind your neighborhood quilt (the Joshua Scripture "As for me and my house we will serve the Lord") is a pattern, or if you created that yourself? I can only see a small part of it in the picture, but I love what I see! :)ReplyDelete
Don't you just love it!! I sure love mine...and am sew glad that I joined in! I would have never completed mine without Anne and crew to crack the whip!! So worth it!! Yours looks absolutely gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Bea-u-ti-ful !!! :)ReplyDelete
Hope you are really pleased with yourself...you deserve to be!
Hugs wendy x x
It is lovely!! At first I thought you had really moved!!! My English!!!ReplyDelete
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