Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Quilt Blocks and Heirloom Tomatoes

Here are the last two blocks. My points improved significantly. I figured it out. You put the point piece up and then fold down the seam allowance at the tip of the point and sew right over the very tippy tip.

Here they are all together

Next project. Put all of the tomatoes in 4" containers. Varieties are San Marzano, Green Zebra, Yellow Pear, Cherokee Purple, Early Girl, Better Boy, and some kind of cherry.
What kind of tomatoes do you grow?
By the way. This quilt does not have a home. Who deserves it?
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  1. early girl, celebrity, cherokee purple, huskers red cherry and yellow current cherry.

  2. yellow current cherry. We need to do a seed save and share next summer. K.

  3. Hey vonne, when and where is your blog? Come on you know you want to do it.

  4. Walmart tomatoes.

    I get the quilt!!!!

  5. Sounds good on the seed save. I originally got those yellow current seeds from Seed Savers Exchange. They're geat little cherries and very prolific, great in salads.

    As for the blog... I don't know. I've been sort of thinking about it. I just don't know that I'd have a lot to say, or if I'd be good about keeping it updated and all. Plus, I don't like the way people can just steal your words and photos and use them however they please! I'd like to be able to share my photos with my blogging friends, but I'm just a little leery of the whole process.

  6. You're joking, right? You do know what you're going to do with your quilt, right?

    All that work without a targeted receipient? Man, I wish you were my next door neighbor! LOL!

  7. Nope, I really don't know. But it looks like it is going to be stalked by our meme.

  8. Vonne, you can copy write everything if you want.