Saturday, July 22, 2017

Graduation Quilt Complete

Big Nines for my nephew.
Original Post when it was just a flimsy here with link to Amanda's tutorial

Adding a few with the garden.  These flowers are really vibrant.  The picture doesn't do them justice.
Here by the pumpkin patch
There's a pumpkin runner on the berm and you can see the vegetable garden boxes.  We were so amazed by how these plants flourished this summer.  After we planted them last September, they were cut down and mulched in the late fall and covered with 2 feet of snow in the winter.

You can just see the biggest pumpkin still dark green hiding beneath the leaves.  There are several other smaller ones.
Here's some delicious zucchini, fresh from the garden, sliced, egg washed, floured, sauteed, and sprinkled with Parmesan cheese.

One more of the garden boxes and berm.  Zucchini on the left.  We haven't got any red tomatoes or bush beans yet but got an Anaheim pepper and made some salsa!

Happy Saturday!  Thanks for stopping by.
Linking up with Crazy Mom Quilts


KaHolly said...

Fun, fun, fun quilt! Gorgeous property!

Ray and Jeanne said...

Beautiful quilt! Also beautiful property and now I'm hungry for zucchini! ~Jeanne

Rosemary B❤️ said...

Your yard looks lush and healthy.
I love the quilt, it really is a beautiful and bright

Heidi said...

The quilt turned out great and I love the continued work on the yard! It looks wonderful!

legato1958 said...

Your quilt is gorgeous! So beautiful !
And so are your garden spaces!