Only one Grandma's Flower Garden block was appliqued onto a background fabric this week. I like this peach color.
Yesterday I added three more girls to the flock. These three are pullets (young female chickens). A friend of mine gave Curly the rooster to me earlier this week (see him here.). She is starting a new flock and went to West Virginia to get these girls. She had to buy a certain amount and had more than she wanted. I purchased the rest of them from her so that she had the right amount for her coop. Chicken math -- 4 square feet of space per chicken in the coop.
Meet Sabrina and Kelly:
Yep, Jill, Sabrina, and Kelly -- Charlie's Angels girls...
I'm linking up at Kathy's Quilts for Slow Sunday Stitching.
Smart move with the chickens. I had massive sticker shock buying eggs this week as we eat a lot of them.
Charlie's angels are cute! I agree, that peach fabric is pretty.
Hope your Charlie's Angel's girls give you plenty of lovely fresh eggs when the time is right.
One more appliqued is one more done! Nice chickens! What do you feed them in the winter?
Your peach Grandma's Flower Garden block looks great. I like how you appliqued it onto a background fabric.
I miss reading your blog!
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