This is my Bountiful Basket produce in the box, isn't it gorgeous? The oranges in the basket are part of the haul I picked at the home of a friend who doesn't eat citrus. They are Arizona Sweets, lots of seeds but juicy and sweet. I may make some marmalade, because I also have some large pink grapefruit and lemons from another friend's tree. These are all organic.
There is some kale in the box, I guess I will cook it with bacon? I didn't grow up in the Southern USA, and I don't remember ever seeing kale in Australia, though it may well be available.
My summer quilt is fully grown! I put the final borders on and I can longarm it once I purchase a backing- I am looking at Thousandsofbolts.com.
BJ came to sew for a couple of hours today, working on her scrap blocks. I was putting the blocks together for the current lapquilt, D9P 2nd. generation. We were trying to make a design that was balanced with the smaller number of predominantly blue blocks.
Then we realized that this might be too large for a wheelchair lapquilt, about 45x60, perhaps too long? Removing the top and bottom rows I would be left with the version below, about 45 " square.
What do you think, anyone with experience in this matter of wheelchair quilts, is it too small now?