My daughter in law asked me to make a quilted cover for her kitchen mixer. Of course I jumped at the chance to make one out of this adorable kitchen fabric she found. Aren’t all these veggies cute?
Over the past month, Sandy and I have been busy canning but in different states. Sandy’s been canning some pickled peppers (I just know Peter Piper would raid her cupboard if he knew…shhhh!)
She’s also canned sweet pickle relish, dill pickle relish and salsa.
Mom was visiting and she helped me can tomatoes and freeze a TON of corn. There is nothing like Midwest sweet corn and home canned tomatoes in soup on a cold winter day. Let’s not forget to add some warm buttered rolls to round out the meal…yum!
What are you quilting and canning during this harvest season?
5 thoughts on “Canning Season”
And now I want soup for supper! Yum! You two have been busy!
Wow! That fabric is beautiful. What a celebration of the canning arts! I made blueberry jam earlier in the season. The most recent thing I sewed was an apron, inspired by Pinterest, from a men’s shirt. That’s an easy, fun, inexpensive project and might make a good present.
Love that you sisters are in this together. My sister was up for a sewing day and I am hopeful to make that a monthly event. We get more done when the day is set aside for that purpose.
So glad that you have some time with your sister. I love the apron out of men’s shirts idea!
Hi gals! Boy, those canned tomatoes make my mouth water. And the warm buttered rolls . . . yum, yum, yum. Great job on the canning, and that fabric for the mixer cover is just perfect. Nice find! ~smile~ Roseanne
Yes! It’s almost time for some more warm buttered rolls!