Friday, September 1, 2017

New Tutorial & Pattern for Hurricane Harvey Relief

It is September and I am sooooo ready for summer to begone!  The garden is bursting and each morning the question is what to do with that day's pickings, but that is a nice problem to have.

First I'd like to reintroduce my Pattern for Charity,   Sanctuary from the Storm, which I  introduced during the Tsunami disaster in Japan.  I will be happy to send the pattern to anyone who makes a donation to the Salvation Army designated for hurricane Harvey relief.  Just send a note to me at bungard.gracewood@gmail.com to let me know you've made a donation and it can be in any amount and I'll send you a pdf of this design.  

Sanctury from the Storm

My publisher, Creative Poppy, has uploaded a tutorial on how to take my four designs from Lace Traces and turn them into the wall hanging I posted in the last blog.  It can be found at this link - Free Tutorial for turning Lace Traces into a quilt wall hanging.

I'm enjoying stitching the new pattern - Damasks~July

Damasks~July
and as I said above I'm enjoying preparing lots of delicious dishes with the tomatoes, corn, beans, cucumbers, eggplants, and of course zucchini that our garden is yielding.  I still stand amazed looking at all that can come from a simple seed!

Here is what my kitchen counter looks like most mornings.


I've also been making ice cream, yogurt and all sorts of luscious things with the milk I've been getting from my dear friend's goats!  

Hoping all is well in your world and that you are stitching something that makes you smile!

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