When you live on a farm or ranch, there’s always work to be done. Sometimes it seems like fencin’ is all we do around here. (Please know that I use the term “we” very loosely here.)
Checkin’, movin’, tearin’ out, buildin’, or fixin’ . . . just the other day, half the cattle herd was in a place they shouldn’t have been. Yep, more fence to be fixed.
We’re not the only ones, either. My Cowboy spent a couple days helping build and fix fence at my sister’s farm recently.
You can see from the picture that we had lots of help with the photo shoot. Batman needed to make sure that all was going as it needed to. I knew lots of you would object (as has happened before) if, after he worked so hard to help, I removed him from the cover photo, so I left him in this time.
He’s a pretty good (and very attentive) helper. And, too, I thought you’d get a kick out of his precarious position while perched on top of the fencepost! How funny is that?
The quilt finishes at 60″ x 78″, so it’s a great “cowboy-sized” throw quilt. You can use up lots of little scraps making it, too. The pattern has complete instructions, with diagrams, for how to make the quilt, and comes in a printed version or a PDF version. It’s available in my Etsy shop now.
The introduction of a new pattern means . . . what does it mean? . . . yep, you guessed it . . . a give-away!
As usual, I’m giving away 2 copies of the pattern to celebrate finally having it finished. All you have to do to enter to win is leave a comment on this post. I’ll pick two winners on Friday, October 19. Each winner can choose whether they want the printed version mailed to them, or the PDF version emailed to them. It’s as simple as that!