We bought a bushel of Georgia peaches from the peach truck. It was our first time to do this. It has an itinerary of stops along the way through Tennessee and Kentucky and Indiana. The peach crop was damaged this winter, so there were no choices, just cling style. We needed to wait a couple of days to can them as we waited for them to ripen. I was afraid, there wouldn't be any left.They were so good on cereal, and ice cream and just sliced in a bowl. yum....
I had 2 jars break - so sad - and I don't know why. I may not have had the jars warm enough or the water too hot when I put them in the water bath canner.
I pulled out another project box that I have been taking on the road with me. It's time to put it together. This is a great jelly roll mystery quilt from Cindy Carter. I taught this as a guild workshop in 2013, but I didn't finish mine. I had the string blocks together but I needed to add the cornerstones and make a border. It will be a bright and happy quilt.
My string blocks went from this ..
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