Our road trip commences at 0400 tomorrow morning, so I thought I'd do a post of eye candy since I've not been sewing. If you've been following my blog long these will be repeats. I do enjoy changing seasons and seeing quilts that have been stored away. Here's a few shots I've taken around the house this morning.
I made this quilt when I only knew how to do the buttonhole stitch. It's an oldie from Jan Patek.
I did not plant these but they all grew in my garden! I usually buy a few mixed gourds to decorate with and I am assuming the seeds were in my compost pile, which I used in my garden. You know, if I would have planted the seeds they would NOT have grown! lol
I adore this! Designed by JoAnn Mullaly and published in Primitive Quilts magazine. I change his coveralls depending on the season.
My SIL is staying at our house while we are gone and I'm hoping she likes the guest room I've fixed up for her.
One of my favorite quilts! Probably because it was so labor intensive. The colors are fabulous!
PA Plenty. It doesn't read "fall" but I needed it out where I could enjoy it on a daily basis.
Hubby and I celebrated 32 years of marriage this week!! He is so supportive of my crazy endeavors. We are looking forward to many adventures ahead.
Last, but not least, I had this Bernina 830 given to me by my nephew, whose Grandma passed away recently. Before anything else I'll need to bring it in to get cleaned up. Yikes!!
I'm hoping to post a few photos on Instagram of our trip. If you'd like to follow me my user name is loridej.