The weather has definitely changed
and fall is in the air.
There have been lots of blogs written
about the change of season and all the
fall projects that are being worked on.
I've been continuing to work on
Di Ford's mystery quilt.
The next part just came out,
so I'm actually not behind.
I'm also still working on my
"Put your money where your mouth is" quilt.
It's the one I paid $5 to the quilt group
as incentive to get it done.
It's the pattern Home for the Holidays
by Lisa Bongean.
And then there's
A-Z with Ewe and Me,
the block of the month from
The Quilt Show designed by Janet Stone.
The center is done
so next month will be the beginning of the borders.
there's Noah and Matilda,
the applique pattern reproduced and sold by Dawn
Here are 6 of the next 8 blocks that I have to applique.
I've been so good about sticking with these 4 quilts.
But this week
with the beautiful fall weather,
I needed to do something fallish.
I decided to do an embroidery pattern
from Crabapple Hill,
Autumn's Harvest Pumpkin.
I had a piece of Onaburg cloth
and thought it would make a great pillow.
The problem is the light box doesn't easily work with it
so it took awhile to trace the pattern.
But it's traced and ready to go.
I should have picked something I could piece quickly,
but no, I chose more handwork!
There wasn't much time for sewing this
There were just more important places to be
and special people to share it with.
This week has the potential of being a productive one.
Hope yours is too.
Until Next Time-