Then there is my least favorite quilt man. My husband had some choice words for this fellow that I can't write here. 😉
What to do with leftovers...aka scrap quilts! I wanted to share with you that I found a neat scrap quilt pattern and it is free! It is called "Plaid-ish" and is offered at Kitchen Table Quilting here. There are actually a lot of free quilt patterns on the website and a few for sale.
Today is Flower Friday and Betsy was kind enough to send the last of her fall flowers. A clematis and her mums:
Today we are grateful for our family and friends--including my dear friends that I have met through blogging! Thank you for your friendship! You've made this year more bearable!
On Monday I shared a story about collecting funds for the Red Cross. I mentioned that when I first saw the headline, I thought the money was actually sewn in the quilt.
The reason I thought this was because of a different local story that I found published in 1910. I don't think I'll ever look at my collection of antique and vintage quilts quite the same way. Yesterday I was refolding quilts and yes, I kept checking the batting for what might be in there! 😁
Hi all! This is about the latest I've ever posted but my husband requires a lot of care and this is when I get around to catching up my things!
Thanks to all of you for your kind thoughts on his recovery and especially for sending lots of images this week!
Alice was first. She was raking and found this lovely rose still blooming. Roses in November are a real gift and I love the color of hers!
Hi All! Just a quick note to tell you my husband made it through his surgery yesterday. He is home and I'm caring for him because he sure is weak right now. It will be a while before he is independently mobile.
Thanks for all your good wishes!
Have a safe and happy day!
It's Flower Friday! Today we share any floral image we can to start the weekend off right!
Nann sent a photo of a flower she saw while hiking in Illinois last weekend. No, that's not a filter she used on her camera--her flower had actually turned silver! Isn't it neat to see what comes through the seasons?
From Libby, her amazing
Christmas Thanksgiving cactus has begun to bloom!
There's no image of Janet Rutherford Marshall on the internet. There isn't even much about her story but she was the impetus for my first Bloom Quilt.