It's time for our Sew Small Guild to meet again tonight. So, I have been working on Small and Smaller quilts. This month is the nine patch. I've enjoyed working with these, although sometimes I'm in such a hurry to get them done, I don't watch all my seams as I should. Still, I'm enjoying these small quilts. I'm going on a small trip, so the binding is just pinned down for the pictures, I'll bind them on my trip.
This one will hang in my husband's office. He doesn't have a Halloween quilt...yet. This one was made with the fabrics he chose from my stash.
These fabrics were also started from my stash, but I had to buy the yellow print to add to it. I think it looks like a picnic quilt. It is only 10 1/2 inches square.
Then, Richard got me these lovely fall flowers, just because. They are beautiful colors, aren't they! I love being inspired by color.
Nature provides beautiful color this time of year. These maple trees are in our own yard.
I took this one just before they started blowing away in the wind. Now they are mostly in the yard, and neighborhood.
Now, a few tidbits from Alaska. First our Cake for our Anniversary dinner.
Then, dessert another evening... The presentation in the dining room is so great!
Then, a watermelon carved for a centerpiece. Beautiful and amazing work by the artists on the ship.
Enjoy the color, and be inspired! Keep Sewing!