Remember my Autumn quilt?
Well, it's taken a back seat to my other sewing project - some Regency-era historical clothing. But, I did finally get all the layers put together and it is now in the official quilting hoop. I hope to get to it before winter starts, but it's looking doubtful.
Our garden has finally been put to sleep. I've piled leaves on it and hope they will act as multi-purpose mulch/weed suppressor. I've been surprised by how well my compost it going. It is actually looking like rich, black dirt. I know the crickets and worms like it in there.
Strangely, the flower bulbs I planted in September have started to come up and bloom. Our weather has been a bit warmer than usual, but we still have frosty mornings. Maybe it was the 7" of rain from the hurricane that we got. Even the violets were out all over our yard! I hope it doesn't hurt them to be out prematurely.
I haven't started an new canning projects. The only thing I canned this year were the plain and spiced peaches. It was worth the work for those.
Sorry I've been a bit absent lately. I'm homeschooling my son, so not as much time for blogging!
I hope you all have a happy Thanksgiving weekend and Christmas ahead!