Friday, October 16, 2020

Poppy's Polka Dot

 

Gay at Sentimental Stitches is up to her usual antics!
A FREE BOM! Isn't this sampler quilt stunning?

Read about the history of this fabulous 1850-1860 quilt and get block 1 &2 HERE

Thank you Gay for your accuracy and generosity. 


My out and about this week.....


 We took my son out for his birthday and I said we must go see some fall color before dinner! 
We found it!

I had to go into Portland for business and spend a little time with my daughter and had to enjoy this different scenery on my over the mountain. 
Can you tell this is the wet side of the mountain?




If you want to add your 50 Shades of Brown to the linky on Monday but can't figure it out, feel free to send me a photo and I'll add it.  There will be a random drawing from everyone who adds their quilt!

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Have an amazing weekend! 

8 comments:

  1. Oh...great minds thinking alike!!! As soon as I saw Gay's Pappy's Polka Dot Garden week before last I said to myself, "I'll bet Lori would like this...it's fits right along with her 'Bushong' quilt"!!! I immediately downloaded the first 2 patterns and checked my stash to see what polka dots (which are NOT a favorite of mine) I had available for background.

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  2. I think we should do a QAL! Beautiful scenery, Lori!

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  3. I will have to enjoy watching you make that quilt. That is way above my "time allocation" for making quilts.

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  4. That quilt caught my eye, too! Love your scenery pics :)

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  5. Love how the moss had grown on the trees - love the big coloured leaf too - wish we had autumn/fall here. we jump straight from a mild winter to a hot summer almost overnight.

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  6. haven't even begun mine yet. could not carry the bin I'd selected out of my crowded cargo container.

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  7. What a beautiful quilt. Love the fall and the colors.

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