Hello and welcome to the
Grab your book
And your Farm Girl Vintage Fabric...
And let's make some Farm Girl Blocks!
Our first Farm Girl Block
for this week is
on page 107 of the book.
Isn't she sweet?
She has had a little bit
of an adventure today...
and right now is just about to have a
roll in the mud...
and this is after she got out
of her pen and ran around the farm
and then got into the tomato patch:)
These are some of the
vintage tomato pincushions
that I have collected over the years.
A few were my grandma's and aunts
and one is my moms!
And you know that I had to add
Penny to the
"Riding in the back of
Grandpa's Truck Parade"!
if you need to see the
tutorial on how to do this!
I'm having sew much fun making
these parade of farm animal blocks:)
Our next Farm Girl Block is
on page 110 of the book.
I have a bad case of spring fever!
I want to get outside and
dig in the dirt but I still
have to wait a few months for that:)
I have several 6" Pretty Dahlia Blocks
to add to another flower quilt.
I can't ever get enough of sewing flowers...
or growing them either:)
I used this block along with all of
the other flower blocks in the book
Beekeepers Garden Quilt
Here is a full size photo
for your convenience.
The setting for this quilt
is on page 140 of the book.
I am having a ball making more
Farm Girl Blocks during
our sew along from this book
and my first one as well.
My goal is to make each and every
Farm Girl Block into a potholder
using the pattern for page 120
of the first book
and I am well on my way!
That means 90!!!
Here are a few photo's from
that photo shoot...
I can't believe it was 5 years ago!
Thanks for joining me on the farm today...
we planted Pretty Dahlia's and
rescued the garden from Penny Pig:)
I'll meet you right back here next week
for more adventures on the farm!!