My favourite season of them all. LOTS of jobs to do in the garden and cooler weather which is nice. I'm missing the light at the end of the day now that daylight savings has finished, but my nights are longer inside, and I'm able to do my sewing, without being too tired. I'm getting excited about all the autumn leaves and looking forward to collecting them for my compost. I have been busy emptying 2 full bays and putting the rich, dark, yummy compost onto my garden, getting the bays available to fill to the brim with leaves, and all sorts of other goodness.
Last year when a group of us went to Sewjourn, I started piecing my scraps to make this quilt. It came together quickly and then just sat in the "basket" crying out for love and completion. I heard the call this week and used some left over backing with the pattern drawn on and it was finished in a flash - encouraged by the speed, I made the binding and . . . voila!
All from scraps . . . yeah!
I've been enjoying hand quilting this one quietly. It's SO soft and lovely
. . . and I'm not sure what was going on here in Master 10's bedroom