Here is another element for the central medallion square of my "Good Earth" quilt project. It is missing all the embroidery details, like wheel spokes, but I think you can get the idea.
My dad loves these antique push plows, and even with all his "toys," like tractors, tillers, etc., he loves the ease and simplicity of a push plow when working on a small bit of the garden.
It is fun to stretch the old fabric stash to find enough shades of tone-on-tone fabrics to give the items the proper perspective and shading.
Here is a little prepped pile of pieces for the second tree of the medallion square...
Can you tell what kind of tree it will be??
I also have my little "to go" stitching box filled with the next music block for the Baltimore Rhapsody quilt project. I grab it as I go out the door so I can fill the moments where I am waiting on someone or something...that is the only way I can get things done these days.
Last Saturday I sat at the FREEZING COLD horse barn while my daughter rode. I am not ready for winter!! I managed a few stitches between the teeth chattering...