fredag, august 20, 2010

I love August

The apples in the garden are just ripe enough for tasting good in cakes.

Exploring the surroundings and the wonders of bees.

Log cabin blocks slowly evolving. Now there is one more batch like this to make, and I will start constructing the bag we were taught to make by Yoko Saito in March. To make the fabrics we received in class last a little longer, I have added some taupes from my stash.

Many thanks for stopping by. Last month was pretty busy with kids at home, a house needing repair and general holiday making. And then August comes around, and things settle for a more calm and regular pace. I have not been able to thank everyone properly for your kind comments about the small diamond quilt... Thank you!

5 kommentarer:

Crispy sa...

Yummm the cake looks gooood!!! I love Granny Smith apples for baking.


Taryn sa...

I love your posts! Those log cabin blocks are going to make a beautiful bag. I wish I could taste your apple cake. It looks delicious.

Marit sa...

Beautiful blocks! This bag will be so pretty.
And your cake looks delicious. Homemade apple pie is one of autumns best treats. I want summer to last a bit longer, though.

; )

Hanne Katrine sa...

Ønsker deg gode augustdager, Una!
August har kommet til Rykkinn og; -vi fant svarte trompetkantareller i dag, -men nå er de spist.

pratima sa...

Beautiful pictures, Una! The apple cake looks so scrumptious! I just love your logcabin blocks.