Tuesday, September 22, 2015

September sewing with Sandy


Hey there,   Today is the first day of Fall and boy am I ready for it.   We’ve had a crazy couple of weeks, weather wise.  All the way from high 90’s to snow in the mountains and freezing temps at night here.   I have to say that I’m not ready for snow, but when it’s just in the mountains, I love looking at it.


It was my month to pick the patterns and since it’s fall, I’ll start with the autumn projects.    First up is the Buttermilk Basin Banners thru the Year, November edition. (It’s hard to believe we only have one more to do)


Like always, Sandy’s are first and mine are second. 




This next pattern was one we found while in Minnesota visiting Karen.  It’s called “Tiny Quilts” Thru the year, November by Front Porch Quilts.  

Sandy decided to frame hers.


And I stitched mine onto a towel.


Moving on to Winter, I picked a pattern by Country Threads Inc, called Frosty, itty bitty quilt.  


It measures 10 x 12, so I decided to hang it on a wire display.


And last, but not least, is a Springtime wool and stitchery called “Tall and Small” by Waltzing with Bears


I think mine will hang in my entry way on a cute quilt rack when spring arrives.   In the meantime, I’m just gonna leave it on my quilt wall to enjoy when the weather gets cold and I’m ready for spring.    Have you ever noticed how we are always ready for the next season to get here?   LOL


So, that’s it for September.   Come on back next month to see what Sandy picks for us to make.  

Hugs, Anne


Janet O. said...

Another delightful collection of little stitched pieces! : )

Loris said...

Lovely as always :-) That design you put on the towel may have been my favorite. Such a good idea! We are so eager for Autumn here in hot California!

WoolenSails said...

Always love seeing what you have been up to, so many wonderful pieces.


Jeanna said...

More wonderful projects as usual. I am just starting the Buttermilk Basin October Banner. I love their designs.

You and Sandy created some very festive pieces.

Lady Locust said...

So love seeing multiple versions of the same pattern. It's always fun to see what others come up with.

Colleen said...

Sooo very cute! All of them!

Karen said...

Loving it all - so fun to see the different looks on the same pattern. You girls always knock it out of the park.

Karen said...

My favorite this time is the flower piece. So interesting seeing what you two select to work on each month.

Diane said...

Another fabulous show and tell! You are one productive and creative quilter. Thanks for sharing!

Joan said...

My goodness sakes, you girls do great work/play! Super projects, sew fun to see! Thanks so much!!!