Monday, November 28, 2022

November's Monthly Mini

 November has come 
and pretty much gone.
I have though, been able to spend
a little time in my sewing room.
This month's mini
was a free download earlier in the fall
 and is now available 
 as a $5 digital download.

Autumn Along Coal Creek
21" x 28"

I took Pam's pattern 
and added more 6"  blocks.
I had several of her fabrics, 
Cheddar and Coal
and added a few others, of course.


The border is a very old Thimbleberries print, but
was the perfect choice.
You never know when one of those
oldies still works.
I added a flange binding which 
made the binding process go a little faster.

Besides, it added a spark of cheddar
at the end.

I also finished a couple of
X-stitch projects.

Boo and Whoo

Designed by Misty Pursel
Of Luminous Fiber Arts.

I mounted each piece on a
glossy black wooden block. 
I used some older Nancy Halverson 
orange fabric and
a bit of black rick rack. 
Now they'll be ready for next October. 
This next one was a free design

"Thankful" is being modeled by
Turkey Jack, one of
my favorite Thanksgiving decorations. 

He was made years ago and
joins us every year.

I discovered, as I was
selecting quilts for my
November fence display, that
 this month theme was
the color,
we lovingly refer to, 
as Cheddar.

This month's lineup is one of my favorites.

Want to check out a few other monthly minis?
Head to Wendy's blog, the Constant Quilter
 and enjoy some quilting inspiration.

Until Next Time-