My Temperature Quilt 2017 geese have been pretty boring this month. We live in an area designated as a "microclimate" so we have not experienced the high heat that much of the West has been enduring. Our warmest day only reached 87* so no reds so far this month.
I promised some better photos of my Row by Row quilt. I am so pleased with the great job that everyone did on their row. It's a big quilt at 72x88"
The family all gathered on Sunday to celebrate Father's Day. We had a delightful BBQ, but I never even took the camera out for photos. The memories will remain in a photo album in my mind. Our children gave DH a Sous Vide Cooker. It sounds very interesting. We had a steak done that way an it was amazing. Has anyone used one before? If so, what did you cook with it? Recipes????
I watched these little cuties the other day and they had fun going through the girl's hair adornment box.
Much of my time has been spent in the garden these days so will finish off with some photos from a stroll around the yard this morning.
|Mandavilla poppy that is on a trellis going up the patio.|
|Plumerias just starting to bloom|
|Plumeria in red|
|Bee in the center of the hollyhock|
|One of my pineapple plants started from the cutting the top off of a store bought pineapple. I am hoping to see a pineapple start on it soon.|
We had a great time with Bonnie Hunter at our quilt guild meeting last week. He trunk show was so inspiring. The backs of her quilts are as exciting as the fronts. This is one of her backs.
|LOVED this yellow and blue.|
|This is her hexie quilt that she has often blogged about.|
|Fun to see so many together.|