If you are a transplanted Northerner to a climate in which you cannot have the old-fashioned lilacs and if you miss them like you miss oxygen, then this is what you do, you plant varieties that are supposed to make it in the South and you hope for the best. I have lost two lilacs that just
I am surprised and delighted to have been tagged by at least 3 other quilt-bloggers, Elke thank you Elke!, that clever cat Triller ,(and don't forget Chelsea!, and Lucy, who is in Paducah. I thank you all and please please forgive me if I have skipped somebody, I was not able to catch up on blogs this week-end as I had hoped.
Very quickly before I leave late for work (!), here is Corny Quilt Top with its borders and backing makings:
I inserted little drawings at top and bottom. At top is a crow saying greedily "almost ripe" and at bottom a Holmes County circa 1932 lady is saying "corn is king". Here are the makings for the backing:
Oh argh I'm definitely late now. Talk to you all later!