Monday, October 14, 2013
My quilty posts are few and far between. We saw another quilt block on a building in Athens Wisconsin. Don't you love the little 4-H clover in the middle? This is probably a building used for their county fair. It sure is a bold block.
Fall is here in all it's splendor. Frost on the grass this morning tells me all the leaves will be falling soon.
One of my favorite poems for fall is by an Hoosier (Indiana) poet named James Witcomb Riley called "When the Frost is on the punkin". You can read the whole poem here but be sure and read it out loud so you can hear the music of words spoken in an old dialect. Too Fun!
After reading Barbara Brackman's post yesterday I was a little sad. I knew the ever expanding quilt industry wouldn't last...
This is a true beginners project. When I made this (obviously using scraps) I had no idea about matching corners, or trimming threads, or...
working on the next Grandmother's Choice - Votes for Women quilt. I am big stitching around the larger parts of the blocks. It ...