Tuesday, January 21, 2014

hard at work on the farm.

The city farm, that is :o)

So far I've either cut and/or pieced (…mostly the former) blocks 1-70.  A few favorites in this leaning tower of paper plates?

I'm pretty smitten with the oversized {utilitarian} text on these things!  And those red+white flowers?  Très AMH, n'est-ce pas? ;)
Another plus to these feedsacks? Uncovering lots of potential #economyblockalong fussy cuts!

Sara of Sew Sweetness's sew-along finale link-up is open until the 31st, so here's to crossing all fingers and toes for a finish by that time next week.  If you haven't seen the completed tops over there, you definitely need to change that.  Those blanketfuls of color are certainly cause for a teensy bit of envy from this rustic, feedsack-clad concept.  But I'm hopeful that I'll be pleased with my design choice once the rest all of it, er, comes together :o)

And in that spirit, let the cutting continue and the sowing begin!

Linking up with Lee, because, y'know, it's Wednesday :)


  1. I thought I'm quite a procrastinator but you are an expert on this topic, lol. Nothing works like time pressure. Good luck.

  2. Oh I think you're just getting tired of the project, your feedsack look is so cool! I love it!! I can't wait to see it.

  3. Gosh you sure like entering these things tight on the deadlines. :D Although it does seem to work well for you... ;) I am excited to see the full reveal!!

  4. There's nothing like a deadline to light a fire! Good luck on making it under the wire. I'm loving those feedsacks! :-)


  5. You can do it! The feed sacks are great.


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