Who doesn't like worms in the garden? They feed on litter and debris and convert it to a mucus-rich excrement loaded with nutrients and minerals that forms a foundation of quality soil. All you have to do is feed them a little compost. Now, doesn't that sound yummy?
My flower garden is growing by about a worm a week. A single row of border hexagons is making its way around my garden. I started by stitching down one hexagon at a time, but in no time that became very annoying.
So, following the shape of my flowers, I stitch together six hexagons, before attaching them to my garden. This way I have a longer run of continuous stitching and it works out to the equivalent of stitching one and a half flowers a week.
Flies, worms and flowers exceed me still.
~ Isaac Watts
Until next time.....happy quilting!