On to Part 2.
These are all mine. Remember, this is 2 months worth. (wink)
This quilt by Geoff's Mom called "In the Meadow" is one that I did as a Block of the Month from my local quilt shop. It was a UFO, so I got it all finished up this year and off to the quilter. Now it's a ready for Christmas decorating.
Another quilt by Quilts by Cheri. called "Pumpkin Patch"
This was a kit that I got a couple of years ago called "Country 9 Patch"
I made this scarecrow from a pattern called "Cooper"
by Homespun from the Heart. It was an e-pattern that I found on etsy.
I really love these wall hangings for outside on my entryway.
This one is called "Trick or Treat" from Cottage Creek Quilts.
A quick and easy wool project from My Red Door Designs,
called " Harvest Time"
This next little one is called "Autumn Fest" by Chestnut Junction.
(Sandy made me the little scarecrow on the masher - cute, huh?)
I also made "Hocus the Halloween Cat" by Briar Root Primitives.
I thought my kitty (Jack) might become friends with Hocus, but no such luck!
And my Sept Indygo Junction block. Still have 2 left to do.
I'm almost finished with a year of these darling little hanging quilts
from Buttermilk Basin called "Sew Simple BOM".
This is October.
This is another e-pattern that I found on Etsy.
I can't find the pattern right now to give you the name.
It's a fun way to play with those old mattress springs you're seeing in all the antique stores.
Another wonderful design by Cheri called "Liberty Baskets"
I don't have much in the way of patriotic quilts, and loved this one when I saw the pattern.
Last but not least, another pattern from My Red Door Designs
called "Pumpkin Harvest". I picked up the frame at a craft store.
Well, that's it. I'm so glad to be caught up.
October looks to be a very busy month for me, so I'm not sure how much I'm going to get accomplished but I'm sure the other gals at Woolies will have lots to share this month.
Happy Fall Y'all.