My Quilting Journey and other Adventures Along the Way
Oooh, that really looks like fall and apple pies. Gorgeous block!
You've reminded me that it is indeed apple season...best get them for some yummo baking!!
I miss living where apples grow. Real apple cider! Mmmm.
Pretty post! This is my very favorite time of year - I have loved the autumn since I was a little girl. Even love the rainy fall days when there are leaves all over the ground.
Great blocks Karen!!Crispy
Karen, what a gorgeous beautiful block! Love the fall colors! So warm and lovely!
Your POTC block looks fabulous! I just love it! What a great fall post!
Oh that is so pretty. The pattern is one I have never seen before . It looks so hard and complicated. I just went to the little quilt store today. Went to get some scraps from the leftover basket that they sell for 17 cents an inch. Then a couple of 1/2 yard pieces. Then off to Hancock fabrics to see what they had on sale. 40% on the cottons so I got 5 1 yard pieces.This little quilt shop carries Moda. I love it. At this point I will take anything. I sure wish I could afford to get my material and quilt stuff from storage in Fla. Maybe after the tax refund comes. I have so much material in storage. Now I am working with the scraps from two sweet ladies and what little I can pick up. Lordy for a stash to work with. Even more scraps would do me just fine. So will go. Pulled out some string squares that are 6 1/2 and 4 inch that I did several months ago. They are in black on white, white on black and black on red. Going to play with them and maybe cut them up and take a chance. There are plenty to make a quilt. Will post a picture in a day or two. Thanks for the email and for looking. Later Hugs
These just keep getting prettier and prettier.
Thank you for your kind comment on my blog, www.fjellvang.no/quilt. I found your blocks amazing. Do you know where you got the sign "In the garden"?
The POTC looks great, I may attempt that one day. The stitchery looks great too.
Great blocks. It is the season for Apple festivals around NC.
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