Monday, October 25, 2010

Autumn's Bounty Update

Lin has the center of Autumn's Bounty finished and will now start on the wool applique. She did a superb job!
Now I need to get mine to the quilter so I can print the pattern.
Denise in Italy is the first SAL participant to complete setting her blocks.  She chose the traditional streak of lightening setting. Way to go, Denise!
Just saw this Dr. Zuess fabric by Robert Kaufmann. Dr. Zuess books were my favorite books to read my children, so I have to get me some.  Save it in my grandma hope chest!
Maybe someday.

Busy week this week.  I have a new Beginning Quilt Piecing class starting on Thursday, a precision piecing refresher class on Tuesday, work on Friday at TOWQS and a two tennis games to fit in between. Not much sewing for myself will be going on this week, so just keep sending me pictures of SAL blocks and quilt tops so I have something to talk blab about! And if you are in the area on Friday, stop by and say hi.


Karen said...

Nothing like a good quilt with houses. I will be looking forward to the applique.

Anonymous said...

The Autumn's Bounty is gorgeous! Well done, Lin!
Denise's SAL top looks great, too!

Those Dr. Seuss fabrics are wonderful for a kid quilt. My kid's loved those books as well.


libbyquilter said...

love the autumn's bounty quilt~!~
and those dr. suess fabrics are going onto my wish list for sure~!!!~


Denise said...

I don't know who is Lin but give her my compliments, her Autumn's Bounty is wonderful!
I'm first in a long serie, I see all the quinlts on blogs and are all nice, more and more then mine.
Thanks Cheryl!!!

Cheryll said...

You need to eat lots of ChOcOLaTe to get thru this week.. haha

Heirlooms by Ashton House said...

It's so fun to see how everyone's projects turned out. Lin and Denise did a terrific job. You sound like you have a hectic week planned but at least it's all fun stuff!

Aunt 'Reen said...

Lin did a beautiful job on her Autumn Bounty quilt! I love the pattern.
Denise's quilt turned out wonderful too!

Those Dr Suess fabrics look totally FUN!