Thursday, September 20, 2012

Last Bloom of Summer

A summer applique ready for quilting.


Building Houses
A house for August and September.

Autumn Aster
Popping up in the garden just in time for fall.

It seems fall has arrived  a week early and when I feel a chill in the air, comfort food comes to mind.  So, I made some Indian Pudding, served warm, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.   

Now, it's time to work on some fall projects and I have two things in mind, my Hocuspocusville stitchery blocks and finishing my Shades of Autumn, POTC quilt top.

Until next time.....happy quilting!



Yvette said...

What an adorable quilt!

Rose said...

Your Bloom quilt is so sweet! I've also started working on my Hocuspocusville again--fall is definitely in the air.

Terry said...

Love the quilt! And your house blocks! And your asters! :0)

Judy said...

What a neat quilt! It sounds like you are enjoying the change of the seasons.
Have a great day,

Raewyn said...

Your Bloom quilt is lovely - as winter approaches it will remind you of lovely long summer days.I haven't heard of Indian pudding but it sounds like you enjoyed it!

Meredith said...

I clicked on Bloom to look at the fabrics up close. Very nice. I love how bright it is.

marina said...

your bloom quilt looks fabulous, love the fresh colours and fabrics.
lovely little houses too.
We are hoping for some spring weather here to arrive. Fingers crossed.

Anthea said...

the Bloom Quilt is gorgeous Karen, the colours are so pretty, well done! The houses are cute, such careful piecing I could never do...

Lin said...

A very pretty quilt Karen - is it for someone special? Brave aster!

Quilter Raised in the South said...

Your bloom quilt is beautiful! Now that I've caught up on other sewing I will get back to hexagons, I have missed them. Thanks for giving me something beautiful to study and admire.

Funoldhag said...

Love the little bloom quilt, Karen!
And your little houses look so pretty and ready to join the other ones on the "block" for a quilt. Have a great rest of the weekend! Carol

Cisca said...

What a lovely quilt, Karen, your Summer quilt. The colours are so bright and cheerful. Your houses are fun also. I don't know the puddung, but it sounds yammy!
Have a nice day, Cisca

Paula said...

Your summer bloom looks so beautiful. Is it to be handquilted? Well, I know I don't have to ask. LOL

Your houses are ever so pretty, the quilt will be so gorgeous, looking forward seeing all the houses together.

Will we soon see a Hocuspocusville stitchery block????
and your POTC quilt top, how exciting.

What is Indian Pudding, I can imagine: apples, curry, cinnamon. Am I way out?????

Quilting Chemist (Danette) said...

Love your quilt, just beautiful! I borders are wonderful...brings it all together. Your houses are the perfect colors for fall.