Wow, this has been a busy week.
First Rhonda posted this free pattern. That was right after I had decided that I was not going to start anything new until I was done with the few things I am making for Christmas.
However, isn’t this terrific? Here he is all fused and I really already have him appliqued. I will get him quilted and bound today, hopefully, and then he will be hanging around until Halloween is over.
So, what do you supposed are these? Well, they are a small part of a project I offered to do and that I am not at liberty to share.
And this is another part.
In fact, my embroidery machine was hard at work all week. We made one label that is ready for the quilt on the frame.
In fact I also got another label embroidered, not finished, as well as three insects. Small things for my design wall but three different projects seeing progress.
Meanwhile the seasons are changing, even here in the deep south. Here this tree is called a Sweetgum tree and is the most colorful tree we have on the property.
We also have several oak trees. Here you see the little acorns. There are now hundreds of them on the ground and on the deck. They are so small they fit in the cracks between the deck boards. However, they don’t feel very good under bear feet!
But none of this activity or change is interfering with Ms. Murphy’s beauty sleep.
So, quietly please, hop on over to Patchwork Times to see what other quilters are working on.