Friday, September 26, 2014

More Autumn Decor

I put this lovely quilt on my bed this week. The blocks were made by all of you and I assembled it similar to the Farmer's Wife quilt. My friend Randy organized it as a secret for my 50th birthday. It is a treasure!


Under the Big Top

A round robin quilt. Hand quilted by me.

A string quilt I started in a class with Gwen Marston.. I love the border which you can barely see- gold and green- perfect fall colors.


Happy weekend my dear friends!

27 comments:

  1. Oh my what a great collection of quilts, I must get my big top done. I still have not settled on a setting for my 6 inch blocks from Randy's sew along either...yours looks great! You have a blessed weekend too, Happy Sewing :0)

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  2. yum! such great fall quilts. I LOVE that you have wall stenciling!
    xo

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  3. p.s. awesome new header quilt :)

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  4. Wonderful collection to brighten your home!

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  5. Lovely decoration for fall ! And the wooden chair is just awesome : a family heirloom? Love from Paris!

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  6. Love all your fall quilts, especially the one in your header! Happy Weekend to you too!!!

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  7. Love all your quilts Lori, especially Cindy's railroad crossing header.
    Have a wonderful autumn weekend x

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  8. Love seeing all these great quilts! I guess that is what they call eye candy!

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  9. Your quilt collection is so inspiring!!! I NEED to make that last quilt, is it the Hawaiian Sunset pattern from a magazine I've been saving for years? LOLThanks for sharing the gorgeousness!

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  10. You have made so many fabulous quilts!! I love seeing how you display them in your home.

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  11. what a gorgeous grouping of quilts you've made. I especially [heart] "Under the Big top...I got as far as making only one block on that one..but plan to use it as a center for a medallion--once I get over my crush on 9-patches lol hugs, Julierose

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  12. Love your quilts and they look beautiful displayed in your home.
    I really need to get moving on my larger quilts so I have more to put around the house.

    Debbie

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  13. Thanks for the delicious eye candy! It reminds me to enjoy the color that fall gives us instead of bemoaning the end of summer. (sort of). ;)

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  14. oh,lori,what a load of wonderful quilts,one more beautiful as the other,have a nice weekend,susi

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  15. Oh Lori, some of my most favorite quilts all in one post! Thanks for the wonderful tour!!

    Blessings and hugs!

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  16. Lovely, and motivating! Love Blind Mans Fancy. I have that pattern and keep threatening to start it...... oh so many irons in the fire right now.

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  17. Love that Farmers Wife--so many details to stare at! And of course your Big Top is always one that I drool over. Wonderful how you display your quilts. I need to mix mine up more often.

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  18. Each and every one a beauty. Your home could compete with a quilt show for having beautiful quilts all around.

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  19. so festive....and i love that big top quilt....yep, love it!

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  20. Love your birthday quilt, your header quilt, your Big Top quilt, etc., etc., etc.! : )

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  21. Oh this is so well done. A beautiful, charming display! Have a nice weekend yourself. :) thanks for the eye candy!

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  22. All of these quilts are fabulous and so nicely displayed! Great color.

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  23. Gorgeous quilts and beautifully displayed. The last quilt is exceptional, you always have such an eye for what makes an antique quilt special, and capture the look so perfectly.

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  24. All of your quilts look fabulous and I love them all! You certainly have a knack for displaying quilts to their best advantage! What is the name of the last quilt? It is really nice!

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  25. Seems like I made a block for your 50th birthday quilt but I can't remember what it looked like. I like seeing all the blocks put together.

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