I finished another Supreme pattern test the other day, but because it's a pattern that won't be released until next year, I can only show you a peek! I had so much fun making this one! Stephanie gives me free rein to use whatever fabric I want, so I decided to delve into my
rather large Halloween stash!
This is the front - wish I could show more, but you'll just have to be patient!
Here is a peek at the back. Thanks to a most kind "donation" from Julie over at Me and My Stitches, I had enough of the orange, spider webby fabric to bind the quilt and tie it all together! Thanks again, Julie!
I have Pam Buda of Heartspun Quilts to blame for my latest
addiction ongoing project - Hexagons! Check out her blog for a wonderful, 3-part tutorial on how to make these little gems! I read the tutorial through several times and also purchased her Hexagon Starter Kit and it's off to the races! I plan to work my way through my entire scrap bin for a one-of-a-kind hexagon quilt! In the photo above are my first 6 hexagons - so easy and so fun with Pam's instructions. The hexagon sitting by itself on the bottom came with Pam's kit which is so helpful! Been wanting to make these like I have? Go have a peek and see how easy and fun it is!
You've seen me post this quilt before, but check out the little figures on top of the rack! They are from a local artist and I've begun collecting them here and there for different seasonal displays!
I took my camera with me the other day on my daily walk. The leaves are changing must faster this year, and oh, so beautiful! Here are 3 of the 4 Dogwoods in front of the house. Soon there will be nothing but the red berries left and the Flicker's will be feasting until they are gone!
Our mailman told me this bush is a Euonymous. There are many different varieties but this one that turns red in the fall is all over town. I'll be looking to plant one at the Squash House!
I loved this Colorado Blue Spruce covered with leaves fallen from another tree.
And how nice it would be to sit on this bench with a hot cup of tea and your favorite quilting magazine on a sunny, fall day!