12 11 2012



Most everything is put away , Ricky took visitors on a tour of the sheep and they were obliging and let people pet them.  The Crafts was a good experience for all.

Planting the Garlic

This year I am planting it near the barn, I have plenty of eager helpers.





After separating each bulb I plant them 3 or 4 inches apart and rows 4 or more inches apart.













Covering them with soil and mulching them.


A few months ago I bought this quilt top on e-bay.  It was a little over 12.00 and hand sewn.  I have been looking for one for such a long time but they were all expensive.  I am going to make what I call a door quilt.





The kitchen door to the barn is quite drafty so for years I have had a sheet made into a curtain to keep some of the cold out.  I have had the quilt idea for years hoping to make one but never could find the time.  Even with the cost of the materials, it will be under 30 dollars to complete the project.  I will probably save that in fuel the first year.  I am sure it will take several days to complete the project.

Welcome to my blog Western Mass Weavers.

Many thanks for reading my blog and I hope you have a wonderful day.









One response

13 11 2012
Kellie from Indiana

What beautiful sheep! Good luck on your door quilt I hope it turns out great.

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