Tag: Fall Quilt

Bountiful Harvest

Most gardeners have just started planting for this year’s harvest. Many of them are already dreaming about the bounty they will gather from their efforts. I am one of those. Each year, I pick seeds and plants depending upon my cravings during the winter. I make great plans for the fruits of my labors – […]

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Indian Corn Craze

My youngest son loves puns and this one of those occasions when it is perfect for this quilt. There are several corny puns. One of my favorite is… “In the corn maze, I felt like I was being stalked. It was earie.” Why does this one come to mind? Corn mazes were one of our […]

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Harvest Gathering

Growing up in Upstate New York, I was raised with the Iroquois’ Three Sisters. Do you know about the Three Sisters? What are the three sisters are three crops traditionally planted together because they support each other in so many ways. Who are the three sisters? They are corns, beans and squash. Corn supports the […]

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Fall Festival

Fall is one of my favorite times of year.  I know strange to talk about fall in spring. Spring is when trees and flowers burst into color. Green, pink, yellow, purple, and blue abound. In fall, these colors are inverse as the leaves change and other flowers bloom. Foliage changes to red, orange, yellow, and […]

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Noble Leaves – Working Backward

It is a week into Spring, and I am posting new patterns for Fall. You are probably thinking I am in the wrong hemisphere! Believe it or not, I am right on schedule for quilt time.  I probably should explain, which means working backward. Yup, quilt shops, designers, fabric manufacturers, fabric designers, and even quilters […]

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Fall Whimsy

Fall is one of my favorite seasons. For some fall lovers, it is football, going back to school, apple picking, and pumpkin patches. For me, it is about foliage and flowers. Fall brings jewel-toned chrysanthemums, purple and white asters, goldenrod, and gradations of green, gold, red, rust, and brown leaves. I was fortunate to grow […]

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