Friday, September 7, 2012

The winner...

...of my Bowls with Borders giveaway is
#49 Jennifer Gail...
I have sent Jennifer an email...
I'm sEw sorry I'm sEw late in announcing the winner,
but it is always better to be late than never!!

I have been sEwing lots and preserving the summer fruits and veggies
 ...some from my garden and some from the farmers market.
The Canton farmers market is small  but it has a lot to offer..
the 'candy' onions are seW delicious...the best sweet onion yet.

...sEw far I've made

10 jars of peach jam
10 jars of strawberry jam, 1 jar is gone!!
12 jars of tomato/peach chili
yesterday it was 14 jars of hamburg/hot dog relish
and I'm still not finished my canning.
You can find the recipe HERE.
It smells so yummy in the kitchen.
I still have to make my pickled beets and
some spaghetti sauce.
If only the raccoons would leave my yellow zucchini alone.
I would like to add it to my spaghetti sauce.
I am getting lots of tomatoes from my garden and they are seW sweet.
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I quilted and bound another donation quilt...
it will be going to Margaret's Hope Chest
as part of the 100 Quilts for Kids.

I stitched it with a sports pattern
and it doesn't look too bad.  I'm sure a boy will love it.

The pattern is called Fair and Square
 by Amanda Jean at crazymomquilts.
It is quick and easy, great for a donation quilt.
It is a free tutorial and one of many she offers on her blog.

happy stitching

7 comments:

Mrs.Pickles said...

wow sounds like you have been busy!!

Just Carol said...

Reading about all your canning wore me out. WOW! Sounds so yummy! That's a great quilt for a boy--very nice. :O)

Linda said...

Yum! You've certainly been busy!
Your quilt is so pretty!

Mama Spark said...

All that canning makes me hungry!! The quilt looks great too.

Karen said...

I want to come to your house for dinner! I can imagine all those delicious smells in the kitchen. It's making my mouth water!
Love your idea for the donation quilt, especially the fun quilting pattern you used.

Michele said...

Congrats to Jennifer. The quilt is great and I'm sure it will be well loved.

Katie @SwimBikeQuilt said...

I love the sports theme quilt! Thanks for linking up to 100 Quilts for Kids!

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