Saturday, June 11, 2011

Quilting Pumpkins

We had a bad storm roll through our city last Wednesday and it has been cool ever since ..... so, guess what I've been doing? Hand quilting my pumpkin top. You know, Autumn is coming and I would like to have this hanging finished before the leaves change over to their fall colours.Finishing my Klosjes spool quilt has spurred me on to finishing up more of my tops.

Have a great day!

12 comments:

Mari, Tenerife (España) said...

Hello Rose Marie, I have seen all you blog and I love it. The pumpkins are gorgeous, I´m waiting to see it finished... Mari

Melanie said...

The Same storm went throught our way--- I always say bad weather is a permission slip for quilting.

Fischtown Lady said...

Hello Rose Marie,
your pumpkin top ist so beautiful! I love the colors of fall. It is right to finish before the autum is there.
Happy quilting, Marita

*karendianne. said...

Ohhh isn't this just too cute? Your quilting pattern is really neat. How do you come up with your quilting ideas anyway? - or at least with this one?

Kiera-Oona said...

I've always had a soft spot for harvest and halloween patterns and such. I dont like the cooler temperatures, but the food and scaring people with fun intended can always be a blast :-) Looks awesome!

Karen said...

Love your pumpkin quilt! Fall colors are my favorite.

LuAnn said...

Love the pumpkins. Your quilting is just wonderful!

Sharon said...

Yeah to the spools being finished. Lovely! and this one is so cute, I really like the 2-1-2 grid lines, very nice!

Guðrún said...

I think autumn is also coming soon here :)

Quilting By Jeannie said...

Its hard to think of Autumn in the middle of June, but we have had cool weather since our storms and seeing your pumpkins reminds of the projects I want to do this fall. But first I have to finish all the other things I have going. I like your pumkins.

Catswhiskers said...

Hi Rose Marie, I have been following your work and totally hooked. The pumpkins are fabulous and so real!
I am 'almost' ready to start a Sunbonnet Sue Project and would like to ask you if you'd consider Needleturn appropriate, considering such small pieces to make the design.
I am always in awe about your work and you have been a huge source of inspiration.
Thank you
Gina

Carrie P. said...

so pretty. looking forward to fall already.:)