Ramblings about my life, my love of primitive quilting, and my love of Montana and it's wildlife
I would be afraid that a critter might walk off with it, lol.Then someone visiting the park would see a buck walking around with a quilt on his antlers;)Debbie
I love that your quilts are used and worn and washed.Mine are too and all show signs of wear and being loved.Hugs Angela.
what a beautiful picture! will be interesting to know if any of the wildlife took interest in any of your quilts hanging on the clothesline!Kathie
Yes. I wondered that, too. Do you have pictures of them being investigated by the big horns?
It was so warm here yesterday! It was like 65 degrees! I sat outside for awhile and read and got a sunburn. It felt wonderful..........One of the things I had my husband do a few years ago is build me a clothes line. I love the smell of laundry drying out on the line. I usually end up with an item or two with bird doo on it though..... the risk is worth it though! :)
Oh how I love a clothesline - and a clothesline with quilts is just out of this world!
What a beautiful quilt
I would love to have a clothesline---I grew up hanging clothes out to dry. :) Your quilt is gorgeous, btw. :)
What a lovely place for a clothesline!
i need to come up with a clothes line... yours is perfect! love love the quilt! i have always liked brannock and pateks patterns and books..i love prim!enjoy your day nancy!
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