I had set this one aside for the longest time because I got hung up on one part of the instructions. It truly wasn't difficult and I'm not sure why I waited so long. One thing I was really surprised by was one of the trimming steps. I cut off a good deal of fabric!
|Top row is before trimming, bottom row is after trimming!|
In other news, we discovered that something, probably a squirrel, has chewed up three separate sections of our composite decking. This does not make me happy.
I also discovered fire blight on both my newly planted pear trees, so we spent an evening trimming off and burning the infected parts. Hopefully this takes care of it, but I'm feeling rather pessimistic right now. The Moonglow variety is supposed to be more resistant and it's the one that had it the worst.
The potatoes are coming up pretty well, and I'm starting to see some growth in the broccoli rabe and the cabbage. My lettuce seems to be faltering. I was really hoping for a harvest by now, especially since there are signs at the grocery store saying there's a lettuce shortage! (What???)
Anyway, I feel like I'm finally making some progress sewing-wise, so that's good. Have a great week!