The weather has been gorgeous and much too nice to be inside, but I have managed to get some stitching in here and there. Our Mid Century Modern Bee block this month was really fun. Our bee queen, Stephanie, sent us the fabrics to use and then we got to play with our our color arrangements. Aren't they going to be fun in one big quilt?
Every once in awhile I come across a tool that I find invaluable in my quilting. There are many that I can do without too, but I have had one for about six months now and LOVE it. Have you heard of the Quilter's Sidelock? It is amazing! One went home to the UK with my friend. Another went home to Alaska with my sister so I thought I would rave a bit about it here. If you are frustrated by slipping rulers in your cutting, you are going to love it. There is absolutely NO slipping. They are a little pricey, but well worth it. I found mine on Massdrop. It had the lowest price and the shipping was free. This is my own review and not sponsored by anyone else.
We had a great Easter with the family all gathered. It seems like it was just yesterday. The bunnies have all hopped away and the grandchildren have moved on to their new 4-H project. Meet Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner!
The second hummingbird nest at my mom's has a new little one in it. It has been several days since the first hatching so I hope the second egg will soon follow.
A walk in the garden yesterday sent me in to grab the camera.
The vegetable garden isn't nearly as exciting at this time, but I'll share pictures of that later.