Sunday, October 28, 2012

Class Quilt, FNSI, Pumpkins & More

Happy Sunday Afternoon!

How have you been?  I am going to try to better at blogging again -- getting into a routine with the new job so it should be easier to find more time and since it is cooling off finally in the 40's during the day -- so not much to do outside and lots more I can do inside!!

I was teaching a beginning quilting class and they wanted to go BIG!  So here is my top that I got done during the class, it fits our king size bed, but it is actually going to be quilted and given to my niece who I promised a quilt to 2 years ago -- I hope she likes it.   

Well this past Friday was Friday Night Sew In -- I started some projects on Friday and worked all weekend on projects and here is what I have almost done -- I got 2 of these tall and skinny snowmen done, I just have to sew the binding on tonight during the Amazing Race and the World Series.

I also got 2 of these candle  mats done, they are out of recyled wool -- I have a few more cute out so I will be working on these this week  - They will be going to the craft show this next weekend.


Here are a pair of potholders I made for the Halloween Potholder Swap on Flickr -- love the witches boot fabric.

And now onto my favorite Holiday -- Halloween -- It was Pumpkin Fest in the town next to ours and here are some photos of some really neat pumpkins -- not too worry I have more pumpkin photos to post this week -- and a few more projects      The one is a cute Beach Family of Pumkins -- some folks are too darn creative!

Here is the Purrfect Pumpkin  a trio of Black cats!

Did you say send in the clowns?   Here is a cute Clown Family - I bet they all got out of one of those little clown cars -- LOL

OH and here is the Head Clown!!!  Too cute!!

This one is my favorite  it is a bouquet of pumpkins --  the vase is a gourd and the little pumpkins are the flowers TOO CUTE!
Well that is all for today!  I hope you had a great weekend!
Check back tomorrow for more cool pumpkins!
Happy Stitches!

1 comment:

Tracee said...

I love all of your projects and wow who knew that there were so many creative pumpkin people out there.