This weekend while listening to LDS General Conference I chain pieced blocks through my sewing machine.
In between sessions I cleaned out our cold storage. I used to do a lot of canning when my children were little. Now that two of them have moved out, one of which went through salsa like water, I no longer need to can as much. So I decided to get rid of some canning jars. I put them on a local online classified sight. In no time at all I had sold them. Glad they will help someone else.
The money I earned from this endeavor enabled me to purchase these to pots for our living room, Anna and I recently redecorated.
I also bought a can of spay paint to paint a wooden ladder to hand quilt on. I have yet to get that done. But when I do I will share it with you. Hoping it turns out as well as it is in my head.
I should get rid of some of my canning jars too. I don't do as much either with the kids all grown.
Those blue pots look great on the hearth.
Love the pots!
Question: Hand quilt on or hang quilts on? If it is hand quilt on, you have to show us how you do it. 🙂
I remember helping my mother can tomatoes, peaches, green beans and probably a few other things. Not a lot of fun.