The Beaver Valley Piecemakers are having their 18th Annual Quilt Show, October 11th-13th. It will be at the Holy Family Parish in New Brighton, PA.
I have not personally been to this quilt show, but it would be a great time of the year to take a road trip. Perhaps next year.
The theme this year is Two Color Quilts. There will be food, vendors, a boutique and of course beautiful quilts to look at.
So, if you’re in the neighborhood or would like to take in the fall colors during a road trip, put this quilt show on your calendar. Here is a link to their website Beaver Valley Piecemakers.
This year has been an amazing year for gardening. We have had a bumper crop of vegetables. The vegetables that have given us the greatest yield so far have been the green beans. We froze them, and froze them, canned them in pints, canned them in quarts, cooked them for dinner, and even gave some to co-workers. All that out of just 2 short rows of green beans!
My husband finally pulled the plants after the fourth picking. We’ve never had more the two pickings. The second picking is usually inferior to the first. Not this year! Here is a picture of one of the plants at the fourth picking.
Beautiful clean, straight beans. Amazing!
These beauties kept me up till midnight one night. After work I picked up fast-food for dinner so that I could get started on canning as soon as I got home. My canner only holds 7 quart. So I had to process them in two batches. That’s what kept me up till midnight. I had to wait for the last batch to cool so I could take them out of the canner.
This winter when the snow starts to fly and I open a can of these green beans for dinner it will all be worth it!
While putting the rows together for the quilt I’m working on I snapped a few pictures of my “good dogs”. Even the puppy knows to stay off the quilt.
Here is a picture of Daisy tip-toeing around the quilt. She was about 7 months old when I took this picture. What a good puppy!
And here is the old guy, Laddie, laying beside the quilt. Good boy!
While clearing floor space to lay out the quilt, I tossed one of Daisy’s toys behind me. Here is where it landed.
Poor guy! He just laid there with that ratty toy on him. I guess he thought I put it there for a reason.
Dogs…you gotta love ’em!