I’m so happy to be home!!! Especially because I will not be leaving in a week to go somewhere else…I’ve been home almost a week from Texas and have things back in order in my world…time for some “home” time this summer…
I’ve been asked to participate in another Mystery Blog Hop!! The Christmas hop last year was a lot of fun, so Rhonda has facilitated another one for you, here are the details…
Join us for
Farmhouse Threads and Friends
Harvest Mystery Quilt Blog Hop!
Our Christmas Mystery Quilt Blog Hop was so popular last year – we are doing it again!! For 12 weeks, beginning June 17th we will share with you free patterns from some of our favorite designers to complete a Harvest Mystery Quilt just in time for the season. Each week, one designer will post the pattern to make a Harvest block using wool appliqué on cotton fabric. The patterns are free for you to download and print, and kits will be for sale individually by the designers. Week 12 will include the instructions to put all of these blocks together with some fun borders to complete your quilt. Finishing kits will be available from Farmhouse Threads. Make sure you sign up for each designer’s blog/website to receive the free patterns. Please share our blog hop with your friends and have them follow along! Click HERE for a PDF print out of the following dates and designers.
Week 1, June 17 – Rhonda McCray, Farmhouse Threads
Week 2, June 24 – Jeni Gaston, Woolen Willow Designs
Week 3, July 1 Lisa Bongean, Primitive Gatherings
Week 4, July 8 – Joan Grenke, Bits and Pieces by Joan
Week 5, July 15 – Joyce Weeks, Geoff’s Mom Pattern Co.
Week 6, July 22 – Kathi and Taylor, The Cottage at Cardiff Farms
Week 7 July 29 – Kathy Campbell, Heart to Hand
Week 8, August 5 – Shawn York, Rusty Crow Quilt Shop
Week 9, August 12 – Debbie Busby, Wooden Spool Designs
Week 10, August 19 – Gloria Parsons, Olde Green Cupboard Designs
Week 11, August 26 – Linda and Donna, My Red Door Designs
Week 12, September 2 – Finishing Instructions from Farmhouse Threads
I left work early today to get my hair done and come home to see how far the landscapers got on our project…progress is good..I have dreams of turning this …Into this…ok…not quite…but I want all white flowers…like this…talk to you tomorrow…after you visit Rhonda’s blog to get your harvest pattern and/or kit…