Sunday, May 13, 2012

FFF and BOM files updated!

It’s taken me most of last evening and another two hours this morning to complete the transfer of all the FFF files as well as my Raggedy & Friends BOM to Google Docs…and it wasn’t easy.  My computer skills are not the best and it was a ‘learn-as-you-go’ experience for me. 

How the February 2010 FFF post appeared this morning is a mystery to me but has now been deleted and I believe that everything is now fixed, moved, readily accessible and tickety-poo!

Once again, thanks to all of you who suggested that I use Google Docs.  It is much easier to use and appears to be very user friendly.

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For those of you who might be new here, I offered a free BOM of my Raggedy & Friends quilt back in 2010.


If you would like to make this quilt, the PDF files are available for you to download by clicking on the links on the right sidebar of my blog…and they’re FREE!  They are listed under Links to Raggedy & Friends BOM Patterns”.


This morning I went for a tour around the gardens…care to join me?

Tulips…is there any other flower that represents spring better?


An early blooming azalea…a real splash of color in a spring garden.


This sign says it all…’welcome’ to our home.


I love situating plants with different colors and textures next to one another.


“Supertunias”…a new variety this year…and they require no dead-heading!


Bleeding hearts…another of my favorites.


Our three apple trees are in full blossom.  Ah spring!


I hope you all have a great day.  If you’re looking for me, I’ll be out playing in the dirt!



Lesley said...

What a wonderful way for e to start my day...with a tour if your gardens! Can't believe how there is so much in bloom there...not quite the same here yet. Congratulations for completing the transfer if your files. A huge job, but you did it! You are now a expert in google docs! And that Raggedy Quilt is wonderful! Have a great day in your garden!

The Pied Pedlar said...

It is lovely to see other peoples gardens.I to have been playing in the dirt.We have had a nice day hear in Norfolk U.K.

Lilian Pilar said...

una manta bellisima, preciosa, tambien la estoy realizando gracias a tu generosidad.

GerryART said...

Lovely blossoms. Makes the winter months worth it - - doesn't it?
Best of weeks ahead, Kaaren.

Sharon said...

Thank you for showing us your beautiful Spring blossoms! I'm embarrassed to say that I never finished your Raggedy Quilt blocks, but WILL finish it one of these days because I really do love it! In fact, I was just thinking about it yesterday! REALLY!!

Shelley said...

Send some of those blooming things up here would ya lol! Glad you got your freebies all moved. We did not have a good report from Dr. on Friday :( Hugs!

Candace said...

Soon you will have your own Painted Garden, Kaaren! Everything looks just gorgeous!

susiloci said...

Precioso quilt, es una maravilla!!!!

Barb said...

lovey quilt and stunning garden photos!

Kris said...

Beautiful gardens, Kaaren!!

Unknown said...

Hope you had a nice Mother's Day!

Thank you so much for sharing the designs for the Raggedy Ann quilt, I make charity quilts for our local Pregancy Crisis Center, would it be ok if I did the designs for a baby quilt to donate??

Sewfine Quilts said...

Love your garden. How do I grab your FFF button and put it on my blog?


linny said...

Thank you for the wonderful garden tour. We are starting to cool down now 'downunder'but because I live in Queensland near the coast,we really only get Summer(wet season) & Winter(dry season). So I enjoyed seeing all your spring flowers.

Allie said...

Congratulations on getting everything moved - no small feat! Your yard looks LOVELY, Kaaren!!

Sandy said...

I love petunias and plant them every year, but I HATE deadheading them!! This variety is nice to know about...will definitely look for them.

grammajudyb said...

I hope to get into my garden this week. Spent the weekend with good friends quilting at a retreat. The perfect Mothers Day.

Maura @ Kisiwa Creek Photography said...

Hello Kaaren! What a sweet all the colours and patterns. Your garden is looking wonderful...I love tulips too but ours have been gone for well over a month. I enjoyed seeing yours! I hope you had fun playing in the dirt...I watered the gardens and will finish up tomorrow along with some weeding. Have a wonderful week! Maura :)

myricoud said...

très joli

Ulla said...

Beautiful pictures from your garden! The Raggedy & Friends quilt is my favourite, and it was fun to make. Thank you again for the pattern.

barcord said...

You did really well moving your files. I know how much time that takes...and takes you away from playing with fabric...... Your garden looks lovely. Good to see a wee fabric plant in there :-)

EllenaElizabeth said...

Raggedy Ann looks just right sitting on that
D E L I G H T F U L quilt.

kathyinozarks said...

I enjoyed the tour of your garden, and love your quilt-looks wonderful all put together-

Verna G said...

Love your garden! Ours is so much later in SAsk.
Thank you for all your work with the FFF etc. It is so easy to get into them now. I really appreciate that as I have been doing some of the embroidered things. Thanks again

Elinor said...

Beautiful flowers, Kaaren !
I have a Bleeding Hearts, too. And it's also my favorite !
In France we call it "Coeur de Marie".
Big hugs, Kaaren !

Janet said...

I love your Raggedy Ann quilt. Really, really want to make it.
Your gardens are shaping up beautifully. They look like Spring.

antique quilter said...

love the raggedy ann, whats better then raggedy ann?
your garden is looking wonderful
I agree i LOVE yellow tulips! always say spring to me!

Lline said...

Just a FYI I can get to all the FFF's except 'Wool Crazy Christmas' & 'Colonial Christmas Sampler'. It says I don't have permission to access. Just thought you would like to know.