The oak and madrone leaves are drying on the trees now and it doesn't take much of a breeze for them to come swirling down. The forest floor is carpeted in their gold and brown beauty, crackling as the deer wander through. I think this is one of my most favorite seasons. The sun is starting to drop down in the southern sky, the mornings are brisk and this past week we have been treated to a Hunter's Moon. It has been so bright that even here in the forest, all the stars are dimmed behind it's blazing pale reflection.
It calls for a moon glow table runner, something with lots of reflective bits, something that would express that Autumnal glow that lays below the pines right now. Spider webs glistening in the last rays of the warm sun and pumpkins in the field, ready for their special night.
The table runner is complete, batting and quilting done, now to pick out a suitable binding. For me, binding is like framing a piece of art.
My friend Brenda Allen has just completed a beautiful Halloween Quilt! Hand stitched center pannel with color crayon color on the fabrics, a fun technique! Her fabric selections are always great.
|I love the BOO surround!|
|Her backing is awesome!|
|Color applied to fabric with color crayons!|
I always appreciate her beautiful creations.
|Teri pinning her quilt top.|
In addition to her quilt top, she brought in a tree skirt that she made this past year. Just cute as can be!!!
I am doodling along with my Sugar Block Quilt...here is my mess...LOL.
I am planning four corner blocks that will look like the one above, each block in the four corners will be different but will be framed with the flying geese and the white fabric. More to be revealed there. I have blocks from 3 other BOM's that I have yet to assemble. Slacking off. Lots of quilting in my future, lots and lots of quilting.
So, like the flurry of leaves that are falling to the ground now, I have a flurry of projects to complete. A quilters work is never done. Thankfully.