My farm is not very big. Where I live is 35 acres of pasture that my son & brother & nephew use as a hunting ground ( deer & turkey). Then my son lives on the acreage that we grow corn or soybeans on. He just finished up the picking yesterday. We had corn this year.
We are having what they call 'Indian Summer' this week. It's gorgeous. The leaves are starting to change, 80 degrees in the daytime and 50 degrees in the night. How perfect is that! The farmers are making great progress on the harvesting. I have a farm that my older son farms for me - no animals except cats and dogs. I'd love to have a few chickens though. Am blessed that a friend gives me fresh eggs. I have a small garden that is just about done for the season. There are some tomatoes still and the brussels sprouts are about ready to pull and put up.
Have you done any block of the month projects? They really give you an idea of different blocks and techniques. There are some free 'bom' projects on line. I'm working on a bed sized BOM that is almost to the end now. It's gonna be very pretty. Today I did a block from www.3dogdesign.com that had over 70 pieces in a 12 " block. I thought I was doing great until I looked at the finished product and saw that I had done the cornerrs wrong, so I had to 'unsew' four of the pieces and then redo them. Guess I had a dyslexia attack-LOL. This is a free pattern and is pretty challenging but fun.
Hi Betty :) click on the 'Edit' button, add/upload photo, use browse to find your photos on your computer, then upload :) I wasn't sure how some of the CQ's would turn out but that's the fun part. It may look like a ugly duckling until you get to the end and wow, a lovely swan at the end of it all, lol. Thank you for your visit :)