Wednesday, 31 October 2012

What are you up to Friday night?

I am going to be joining some friends for,

Today Lily and I spend some time attending to our new veggie patch.

So far we have chillies, lettuces, cherry tomatoes and parsley.
Not sure what to put in next, any suggestions?

There was no time for sewing today but I did read through this pattern that arrived in the mail yesterday.

This bag has a bit of a reputation but apparently if you stick with it
It is doable! I am not sure if I should just use some yardage or make it a bit
more challenging and piece my panels and do QAYG, maybe even
add a bit of a rainbow theme.

Decisions, decisions :)

Hugs, Sharon


  1. i will be there for Friday night and wow thats a big bag,looking forward to seeing you make it up.xx

  2. Love the little garden I cann't seem to have one because all the critters won't stay out of it. Amy Butler is great. I got to see her at Quilt Market in Houston,Texas and she is wonderful just like her designs.

  3. If you want a vegetable that is easy to grow and gives a huge crop try squash or zucchini, carrots are fun too. ove the bag pattern - look forward to hearing about your adventures...will sew with you on Friday night, yippee!

  4. I haven't seen that bag pattern before. I'm looking forward to seeing your bag! See you tomorrow night!

  5. That bag does look challenging....good luck. I'll be stitching with you on Friday.

  6. Love the look of the bag pattern!
    How about some spinach or even rocket...both easy to grow. I planted some out in our little vegie garden the other week and it is thriving!
    In the other larger vegie garden we have planted Tomatoes, zuccini, cabbages, cauli, a few different onions, Kale, chicory, celery and chillies.

  7. Thanks for spreading the word Sharon. I know you'll do a wonderful job on the bag... as you are a very talented lady! :)


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