Thursday, February 6, 2020

Some Fall Colors in the Winters

Hello and happy weekend quilters! Texas is having its usual insane winter weather. 80 degree days and snow in the same week. I hope things are going well wherever you are.  In memory of my favorite, albeit the most fleeting season, here are a batch of Fall colored quilts.

Teresa sent me this Fall top with the leaves. I added borders and Kathy quilted it.  I had the perfect backing to go with it, too.

Pam C. sent in 2 matching crazy blocks quilts with green sashing and Kathy quilted them as well.

I love some of the surprises in the corner stones, like this little turkey!

Finally, Priscilla sent in this little top below, a really pretty old fashioned style scrap quilt.  I added one more border and quilted it.  Thanks everybody who helped out with these!

I've been on a mission this week to get tops quilted. These two have been such big helpers...

Covered in Love is a 501(c)(3) charity that donates quilts to patients dying in the hospital, over 500 so far! The Jan/Feb drive is going on now.  Check out the main post HERE if you want to get involved. 

Linking to  Confessions of a Fabric Addict and Finished or Not Friday


  1. Gosh, these are so lovely! There's so much depth in the colors when the fabrics are scrappy. Like a big pile of autumn leaves in every shade of green, orange, red, yellow and brown. Glad you have so many willing hands (and paws) to help make CiL so successful :)

  2. Beautiful quilts that will be greatly appreciated by those CiL!!

  3. I love the fall quilts with such rich colors that Teresa & Pam C. sent in. Priscilla's top looks so warm & cozy. Thanks to them for the finished tops & to Kathy for her lovely quilting on them. Everyone needs helpers like Sundae & Fudge!

  4. LOL!! The kittens are making sure the quilt doesn't slip out from under the ruler. SEW helpful of them! Love the team effort on these quilts, too.

  5. Your helpers are doing such an amazing job of making sure your quilt does not go anywhere - haha!

  6. Gorgeous quilts, autumn tones have such lovely depth.

  7. Oh, and maybe your helpers are just waiting for the quilt to become a flying carpet?