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Fall Colors and Finishes

The weather has gotten colder.  In fact it tried to snow this week.  There were flakes but it didn’t stick.  I decided to take advantage of cooler temperatures and move a few quilts on to completion.

 On Tuesday I met up with the Tuesday girls and basted a couple of quilts.  First up my 100 blocks quilt.  Once it was basted I quilted it with simple organic lines.  My friend and quilting angel, Sheri will bind it this week.  I hope this wildly bright quilt will bring comfort and cheer as a Quilty Hug.

 The day after the attempted snow my friend, Carrie and I hiked Farmington Canyon.  The colors were spectacular!

 The high that day was 55*.  See the ice in the stream.  But when your hiking up the mountain you get warm pretty quickly.

 Besides all of nature’s beauty was worth any cold we may have felt at first.

 In addition to my 100 blocks quilt, I was also able to quilt another Modern Gem’squilt.  After the hike I was ready to snuggle under it with a cup of cocoa and a good book.  I’ll beteaching this classin Cedar City, Utah this January.  Would love to have you join me.  Or I’d love to come to your group.  Contact me for details.

Now let me see what you’ve been Moving Forward.  Has the cooler weather allowed you to find more time at your sewing machine?  Link up and let us see what you’ve been up to.


  • Bonnie says:

    Great to get some quilts from the "to be quilted" pile to almost finished pile. I wish I had a binder! I tend not to quilt all my quilts because tops take up less room than finished quilts. I'm running out of room to store them. Yikes ice and snowflakes? We're happy to have gotten to fall-like weather! Hold off winter a bit, please.

  • Karen's Korner says:

    A lovely bright and happy quilt. Such pretty autumnal colours in the trees.

  • Wonky Girl says:

    You always share such beautiful quilts. Your local Autumn colors are so nice. We don't get much of that in my neck of the woods. Leaves here just get shabby and then fall after first freeze. LOL.

  • em's scrapbag says:

    Thanks! I do love that crazy bright quilt.

  • em's scrapbag says:

    You are so kind. Thank you!
    I'm grateful for the beauty of fall. Such rich color, and I do love color.

  • em's scrapbag says:

    I'm grateful to have Sheri. She binds most of the Quilty Hugs me and my angels make.

  • Miaismine says:

    Your quilts filled with joyful bursts of color – how lovely and cheerful they are! The fall hike looks gorgeous! Is this Farmington, NM? Just stunning!


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