Well, almost a finish......
This is my 2nd (and final?) STAW quilt. You can see it is almost finished. The right lower binding just needs a leeetle more hand work. Things are going on around here so my time to bind is sorta limited. And my granddaughters always come before sewing, but I absolutely will get this quilt done soon.
I really like he small green gingham binding (Lakehouse). It really works. The back is a cream flannel. When the quilt is bound, I am going to wash it ASAP. It will be a such a warm cozy bed quilt.
I'm grateful to Bonnie at Quiltville for bringing us all into the project. This has been a great scrap buster for me. I am so happy about my scrappy lay out for this quilt.
The honey part of the title in this post came when Mr. Hive and nephew Bryan extracted the first batch of honey from our new bees. I don't know if you can really tell but the honey is pink. The birds pecked cherries from our pie cherry tree and then the bees feasted on the left overs. Those darn birds. But it makes for some interesting honey. It is like a sweet but slightly tart taste. It is definitely a different honey flavor. I think they got about 3 gallons of honey from the hive. Pretty cool.
Stay posted to see what events I'm so busy with at the Hive.