It was a busy three days and I spent a lot of time working on the DWR quilt. I now have 22 of the 40 centers done which puts me at 55% complete for the centers, and I have 37 more melons to quilt which puts me at 60% done. I have 50 days left so if I keep up the pace of at least two elements a day, I will make my goal of having this done by the end of August.
I had to give my fingers a break on Saturday so I switched to sewing together the 16 patch blocks. It is funny that they appear brown when they are mostly marron and wine colors. Must be the bad lighting. There are some taupe, navy blue, and tans in these blocks too. I got 54 blocks sewn and pressed. Here they are on the design wall with the other 7 I already had made.
Sunday morning is was cooler, but humid. I braved the humidity and weeded all of the front flower beds. It took almost 2 hours, but the weeds are gone for now. I attempted to dead head the Shasta daisies, but found the job to be futile. There are thousands of flower heads and it would take hours and hours to cut each one. I am going to have to rethink this.