What seems like a lifetime ago, but was really only the beginning of the summer produce season, I was inspired by this loot that I brought home from the local farmer's market.
Bright green fava beans, firm yellow globe squash, and the loveliest, juiciest satsumas available. Yum. This bowl of goodies was practically begging to be made into a quilt.
And now, just a few days after Labor Day, our weather has turned cool and grey, as though by a switch. My summer quilt is nearly done. As I prepare to bind it, I smile as I remember the bounty of the season that is suddenly gone.