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Chase

Thank you for all the information! It's good to learn about the past and how they progress to the present days.

Vee

Lots of interesting tidbits in this post. I know that I enjoy eating clover...the flower ends pulled out and sucked for the sweetness...haven't tried the green parts yet.

Is THAT how you do your quilt? All on one large piece of muslin that way? Oh I'm glad that I haven't really gotten started in that case. I'll be watching for more tips.

Sharon M.

That is such a pretty interpretation of the red clover--which by the way, is a flower that I just love! I always want to stop along the road and grab enough for a huge bouquet!

Yvette

I have purple clover. The seeds came from Omaha via my friend Marci when she came to visit. With all that nutrition in them, no wonder the deer eat them when in flower!! I hate to fence in the area that they are growing in, but I may have to do that so I can enjoy them more.

Your quilt is coming along nicely. All the differently colored flowers will make this such a happy quilt.
Hugs

Velma

Well aren't you just the buisy bee. I anxiously wait for each of your posts. I love all the information, and your beautiful stitching.

Vermont Flowers

Definitely, If only this is so cool. Yellow flowers.

Lena

The time you've taken, and the generosity of these posts are so appreciated by me, Vicki. Thank you. I'm not stitching, but I'm enjoying them, all the same.

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