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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