Saturday, September 11, 2010


Ready to quilt. I am going to try to brush up on my hand quilting skills. My dear friend, Betty, is a marvelous hand quilter, so I will ask her help. Then off to the Alzheimer's Quilt Initiative auction.

And Miss Daphne loves Autumn Bounty. Lin and Debbie will start testing the pattern tomorrow and then Kathy will join in as well. I guess I better get to work writing it!
Besides this being a somber day to Remember events in NY 9 years ago, something else is happening in NY this weekend that makes me very happy! Top quality tennis with the top rated men's players in the world battling it out and my favorite female player, Kim Clijsters, going for her second US Open title. So guess where you will find me on this super Saturday. You got to love that Rafa! And Roger, such a class act.


  1. Love your updates! Great quilts, and wool Pin Cushions. I would like to make a wool pin cushion too. Hopefully soon. Your Fall Quilt is beautiful, is the applique by hand?

  2. I've enjoyed seeing your "Remember" quilt take shape. The crazy wool pincushion looks great made up in Sue Spargo wools. And what a cute pic of Miss Daphne with your Autumn Bounty quilt.

  3. Your quilt is wonderful! i really like the wool pin cushion but look forward to seeing the changes you plan on making. Miss Daphne is adorable!

  4. Darling picture of Miss Daphne, she is a cutie! Your "Remember" quilt is lovely. Thank you for sharing your wonderful projects.

  5. This is my first visit to your blog...I found you through another. The pin cushion is going to be very cute. I have that same book...I love working with wool. Your Remeber quilt is very nice too!

  6. wonderful fabrics in your small bow tie quilt and i love your use of the tiny buttons in the viney border~it's adoreable~!!~

    loven your blog~!!~



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