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Thursday, April 19, 2007

Quilting a Nest?

Over a period of time I saved tiny scraps of fabric, bits of yarn, and thread from various projects for nesting material for the birds. Now I put it into a suet holder next to a bird feeder and I'm going to keep an eye out to see if the birds find it. It'd be kinda cool to see nests around the yard with bits of fabric from quilts I've made. If I can get a snapshot of a bird snatching a bit from here I'll post it.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

How funny! I just put some scraps of material from the quilt patterns my students had chosen out in my yard wondering the same thing earlier this week. I like the suet container idea for keeping them in one place and visible for the birds. Thanks for sharing!
-An Elementary Teacher in Northern Nevada

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