You never know what the weather will be like in November and gardeners always hope for the best. I'm one of those gardeners that refuse to cut down anything that the frost has yet to kill, so my gardening season usually ends late November, early December. Each fall brings a surprise and this year it was an early summer Iris that decided to bloom again in November.
Every Wednesday, during the month of October, I arranged and rearranged my flowers for piecing together. My thoughts were all over the place and I kept straying from my original plan, before I knew it, it was November. After all that wasted time, I went with my original plan and started stitching my flowers together last Saturday.
It feels good to be back on track with Karen's Flower Garden and Wednesdays just can't come soon enough. It makes my heart sing to see all the lovely flowers, each week, posted by Garden Party members. And, it is very exciting to see some quilt tops close to being finished, others already finished with quilting well underway and even a few starting a second garden.
Until next time.....happy quilting!
Can we conceive what humanity would be if it did not know the flowers?