Monday, November 25, 2019

FALL QUILT - FALL WEATHER....JUST HOW I LIKE IT!

       I didn't think I would be posting again until after Thanksgiving but here I am!  YEAH YOU!

I forgot I had to post the winner of my table runner from the "Piece of" Island Batik Ambassador Blog hop.

The winner is:

cghundley said...
Your table runner is awesome!
Loving the blog hop.
Carla from Utah


Now that I have your attention!  Here are a few pictures of our place in the great state of Texas.


                                              

                                                   I just love walking the property. 

                                               


           Sometimes when life is taking a downward spiral, this is where I find peace.

                                               

I haven't posted this quilt.  Last year I was making this quilt for an Island Batik Challenge and then the thought came to me to see if Island Batik would like it for their catalog.  They did.  so I made another one out of the fabrics they needed for the Catalog.  I used Island Batik Scraps and Aurifil thread to quilt it.



Here it is for the catalog.  Island Batik Brookview fabrics....don't ya just love them?

I really think FAll is my favorite time of year....and so now...I am going to go walking.  Later!!!

5 comments:

Barbara said...

So, could you possibly mean you have not posted each and every quilt you’ve made?! Unbelievable there are even more! It’s a great fall quilt, and a great time of year to show it. Very peaceful scenes, indeed. Thanks for commenting on my pincushion sculpture, and for being in touch, happy Thanksgiving!

Needled Mom said...

It looks like a great place for a walk. I just love the newest fall quilt.

Gene Black said...

You amaze me with your productivity. I rarely repeat a quilt because there are so many things I want to try.
Both of those quilts look great. But I love the Brookview fabrics more.

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

Gorgeous quilt and I bet that peaceful place is lifting for a weary soul.

Kathleen said...

That’s one terrific quilt and done 2 ways! I love seeing the different versions and the batiks...well I love them too! Glad you have a peaceful spot...I am missing mine.