A storm is blowing in, time to get under a Fall Quilt!

Quilt, split leaf on cabin bed

Here’s another Fall quilt I made for our bed at the cabin.  It’s a pattern called Turning Leaves from a Quiltmaker Magazine (October 2002).  I adapted the pattern a bit and made it king-sized.  It reminds me of a big pile of raked leaves!  When the kids were small I had to stop them from jumping from the loft onto the bed into the leaf pile!

Below is the whole quilt:Quilt, Fall Leaves (1)

Here’s another quilt from the cabin–also a split oak leaf.  This pattern was by Piece ‘O Cake designs.  I love the machine quilting on it.

Quilt, Split Leaf Oak wallhanging

And here is a project I’m working on now–a Hexagon Scrappy Sampler.  I’ve made 100s of these little hexagons and am now stitching them together, one at a time.  This is going to take me awhile.  It’s a great project to take along with me when I need to wait for someone.

Quilt, Hexagons

Quilt, Hexagons (2)

It’s time to get cozy under a quilt!  A perfect thing for a Sunday afternoon.

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3 Responses to A storm is blowing in, time to get under a Fall Quilt!

  1. Andrea Guzsal says:

    You have beautiful works!!!

  2. Mary Somerville says:

    I just discovered your quilt wall hanging from Piece of cake designs. It’s no longer on their website. Can you give me the name of the pattern or the name of the book and maybe I can find it. I love it! Thanks

  3. Hi Mary. I just noticed your note here. I will try to find the pattern. I made it many years ago. I can’t even remember the name of it. I’ll see if I can find it for you!

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