Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Pumpkins and Spice - step two



Another week and another assignment. This week we are working on four out of the seven pumpkins on the quilt. Come over and visit us at Cross Border Quilters - and enjoy the fun.




What are you working on this week?


10 comments:

*karendianne. said...

Ohh pretty!!! Love the fabrics.

I'm binding the AB quilt. Still.

Sunny said...

What am I working on this week??? ugh.... taxes :-/
but I'll be done by the weekend :-D

Barb said...

Love your pumpkin...

applique is what I am working on....

Karen said...

Good to be starting on a fall quilt in the spring. Then you should have it done in time.

A Garden of Threads said...

Love the colours in the pumpkin. I am working of a pink and green table runner, so simple.

Crispy said...

Love the pumpkin Jo :0) I've been working A LOT and knitting a little before for I fall asleep in my chair. Such an exciting life I've been leading LOL.

Crispy

Lili said...

That fabric is so perfect for your pumpkin, but then you already knew that before you began I'm sure! Since you asked, I've been trying my hand at embroidery. And thanks for your suggestion about making a tote bag with my fabric, but alas I'm thinking even that is a little too advanced for me! LOL ~Lili

GardenofDaisies said...

Your pumpkin quilt is going to be really cute!! You are so smart to start your fall quilt now!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Jo!

It's so good to "see" you again! I have missed you so much!

Love your pumpkin, and I took a peek at the other posts, too, and of course, love them. You are always doing fun things.

What am I doing? Well, after the tree ordeal, I have been interviewing and then hiring painters, taking a friend out for her birthday, shopping for some things for a bedroom redo, and generally dealing with workmen. There's a gutter cleaner in there among the painter and others. AND I have been on hold for my computer server. Long story. BORING. LOL!

Thanks so much for coming by and you sweet comments and well wishes. You are always such a bright spot in Blog Land.

Love to you...

XO,

Sheila :-)

GardenofDaisies said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I have to tell you that I love your daughters idea for using the paper cranes at her wedding!!