Sunday, July 22, 2012

In a bit of a jam.. :-)



Well, it is summer after all and berries are abundant.
I trotted off to the Farmer's Market yesterday and picked up some sour cherries...
then out to my backyard for raspberries.
A little of this, a little of that
and 
Sour Cherry & Raspberry Jam !!
So yummy!

In other news...
I completed all 12 of my Granny blocks for 
The Great Granny Along
Here they are...
Who's Your Granny?
Now, I have to put them in some sort of order and add sashing etc
The fabrics used are Flea Market Fancy & Katie Jump Rope by Denyse Schmidt.
I can't believe I did these in less than a week!
They sure were quick to put together though.
My navy fabric has also arrived, so I will be getting back to my string blocks.
Hope your week-end is fantastic!

9 comments:

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

Jam looks yummy!! And I love the granny blocks....gotta try those!

Karen said...

That looks so delicious! And so does the jam! :)

Annie said...

Your Granny blocks look awesome! Please pass me a piece of toast and jam...mmmmmm!!!

Shontelle said...

That jam looks delicious. Making jam is on my list as something I'd like to try one day. Maybe this will be the year!

Heather D. said...

The jam looks delicious, and WOW, you finished those granny blocks so fast!!

Carla said...

Yummy yummy!

Cindy said...

My kind of jam to be in!

Benta At SLIKstitches said...

That jam sounds scrummy! I can picture you wrapped in your granny squares earthing toast and jam in front of the fire!

Irene said...

Thank you for sharing the recipe of the jam, it looks delicious! Your quilt blocks look fantastic, it promises to be a nice one!

9 comments:

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

Jam looks yummy!! And I love the granny blocks....gotta try those!

Karen said...

That looks so delicious! And so does the jam! :)

Annie said...

Your Granny blocks look awesome! Please pass me a piece of toast and jam...mmmmmm!!!

Shontelle said...

That jam looks delicious. Making jam is on my list as something I'd like to try one day. Maybe this will be the year!

Heather D. said...

The jam looks delicious, and WOW, you finished those granny blocks so fast!!

Carla said...

Yummy yummy!

Cindy said...

My kind of jam to be in!

Benta At SLIKstitches said...

That jam sounds scrummy! I can picture you wrapped in your granny squares earthing toast and jam in front of the fire!

Irene said...

Thank you for sharing the recipe of the jam, it looks delicious! Your quilt blocks look fantastic, it promises to be a nice one!