22 April 2010

The Fourth Season

October

A while back, I joined a quilt swap called "The Four Seasons Quilt Swap". I joined after the fall version started but was able to participate in Winter, Spring and Summer.

When I hung the 3 seasons on the wall, it was glaringly clear that I needed a Fall quilt. It was too late for someone else to make one for me, so I made my own.

The pattern is from Quilter's Dozen Plus by Janet Selek and it is the month of October. It fits right in with the other seasons. I'm so happy to have this done and on the wall. It would be even better if it were one of my five applique UFO's on my list, but it isn't. O well. Done is done.

9 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! You've done a great job!

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  2. What a nice job! This is so pretty.

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  3. Wow! That is so cool! I love it! Now, you'll have to admit, it did give you a break from Velma's wonderful stash...I would have spent all day just reading her newspaper bits and pieces...not to mention looking for more pins!

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  4. Love it - love it . . . . almost as much as a certain season that lives at my house *s*

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  5. You "did good", Paula :)
    BTW, I enjoyed your photo on FB. Was that a surprise to you to see it? I know you never post photos of yourself on your blog.

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  6. Paula, this is lovely. It really gives you a chance to display "some" of your talent. Love the echo quilting and that candy corn is delightful, whimsical.

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  7. This looks wonderful. A great way to complete your collection.

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  8. Very nice on your Fall wallhanging. I checked out your tutorials and your freebies. How nice of you to do that for us.

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