Feb.15 th, sticks, cookies,and scraps

This week was a good week for trimming up trees before the weather turns warm. So with lots of limbs on the ground,PopPop and MomMom needed some help from three young boys.  

 
  

  
After working so hard then ,they sat down to the table for warm chocolate chip cookies which they also help to make . 

 
From cookies to trampoline…no wonder those boys stay thin… Wished I had half the energy!

This week I also worked on some more scrap quilt tops for one of the church ladies sewing circle that I sew for.

  
Here’s the basket full of scraps, hopefully by the time I’m done there will be only a few pieces left.

One top almost finished ,have a black border to put on the top and bottom yet. 

 
There were lots of little strips , so I made some strip blocks, 4 1/2 by 6 1/2  more on that later as I’m still cutting up pieces.

I did finish sewing this top with hearts.

  

This picture was sent to me from my second daughter,who is taking care of My Mom until she’s feeling a little better. The picture was take from the hospital window.

  
I just love those Angels!!

Have a lovely week friends,Deb

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11 thoughts on “Feb.15 th, sticks, cookies,and scraps

    1. Deb Post author

      Those little boys love chocolate chip cookies,and four wheeler rides, they will help with about anything if you say those two words! Lol! Those Angels were a nice thing for someone to make there,I’m sure it gave heart to a lot of people passing by.

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    1. Deb Post author

      I’m so glad that is off the list for it is to be in the high 60’s to 70’s by this weekend,and continue to be pleasant for the next few weeks so I know that trees will start pushing buds. The lily of the valleys are blooming and daffodils will soon. We have peach,plum and apple trees. Apple trees don’t always do so good though. What kinds do you have?

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      1. Sheryl

        We have apple and cherry trees. I’m very jealous that your lily of the valleys are blooming. 🙂 It will still be awhile until we even see crocus and snowdrops.

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  1. KerryCan

    Bribing small children with fresh cookies–works every time (actually, it works for me, too!) I really like the scrappy quilt you’re making–they are so homey and practical!

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    1. Deb Post author

      Lol,and I love bribing them, I really just like watching them eat the cookies,as their eyes light up with ” MomMom these are good” . Thank you!,glad you liked the scrappy.😊

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