Monday, October 20, 2014

An Autumn Monday

Autumn has finally arrived. What wonderful weather we've been having. 


I saw this little quilt on another blog and followed the link back to The Olde World Quilt Shoppe. I took liberties with making mine, cause I wanted a little hand project for a weekend away. I got a little bit of quilting done on it, but also picked up a raging fall cold so didn't really feel like quilting much. (I did run a race though, check it out HERE)
This is on my design wall, working with True Blue from p & B textiles. I've never made a chevron quilt and thought it was about time!


Happy Monday! Even if my head is in a bucket .

23 comments:

  1. Love your little autumn quilt! Hope you feel better. I have never made a chevron quilt either...hummmm

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  2. That is a great little quilt. Oh, it is tempting! I Mustn't!!
    You have a cold so you don't feel like quilting, but you can run a race? I have never had that kind of cold before! : )

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  3. Sorry you are feeling poorly! Hope that gets out of your system quickly! Your little fall hand-stitched project is adorable, and I recently made my first chevron quilt. It looks like you are using the same technique I used. It's gonna look great!

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  4. guapísimo !!!!
    esos colores me gustan
    nuca hice una colcha chevron
    ¿algun día?
    cuida es resfriado ¡¡con flor de sauco!!
    saludos

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  5. Your Chevron is shaping up very nicely! The little fall quilt looks like a wonderful project to sit down and having a little quality time with.:)

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  6. I haven't made a full chevron quilt either. Your's looks fun! Feel better!!

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  7. Oh Yes, BLUE!

    I.LIKEE.

    Cute little quilt too!

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  8. Love the new header picture!

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  9. Love the blue/white chevron! Something so classic about that color combo. Darling little fall quilty - great border fabric!

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  10. A good idea for the blues from P&B. I saw another blogger from overseas has some to work with too but no hint as to what she would create with it.

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  11. Nice projects, I hope you are feeling better soon

    Happy Sewing :0)

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  12. I love your version, Lori. Thanks for the link.

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  13. Such a cute little quilt, I love it. I was thinking of making a little mat for the sewing machine and I think I have just found it. Thanks for the inspiration. Love your blue chevron quilt. That reminds me I have one in red/pink/purple that needs to be quilted. Sorry to hear about your cold. Hope you get well soon.

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  14. I love the fall quilt. Fall colors are my favorite. Congratulations on the race finish but sorry the cold bug got you. Hope you feel better soon.

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  15. That little quilt is so warm and just says "fall". Love the chevrons. Love the blues. If you are out of storage room, I could watch it for you, once it is done of course. ;)
    Hope you feel better.

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  16. Yummy, warm fall colors! A sweet little quilt :0)

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  17. super cute little quilt. Your blue chevrons look great so far.
    feel better

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  18. would that be big stitch quilting? Lol! Cute little quilt! I made a chevron baby quilt awhile back - kind of fun to do something different - yours looks great!

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  19. Love the quilts!
    Did I miss something? Why is your head in a bucket? sick, or a fashion statement? Feel better if the former :)

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  20. Love the little quilt! The chevron quilt is looking good so far. I've never made one either.

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  21. The little quilt is so sweet and authentic! Love the Blue ZigZags ---blue and white is always so pretty.

    feel better [I can t believe you ran a race! In the rain! With a cold....]

    lizzy

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