Catch-up

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Ribbon Star by jenib320
Ribbon Star, a photo by jenib320 on Flickr.
It feels like it's been a while since the last regular post! My parents visited for the weekend and I'm having trouble getting back into my routine! :)

I've been working on a few small projects the last few days, this being the first. It's a ribbon star. 12.5" square, made from Meadowsweet and Kona cotton. Machine quilted and bound.

Air Mail by jenib320
Air Mail, a photo by jenib320 on Flickr.
The second is this little mini, Air Mail. A traditional postage stamp. 14.5" square, made from various neutrals and Kona white. Machine quilted and bound! I'll be able to share a little more about these projects in the next few weeks!

Lovelies by jenib320
Lovelies, a photo by jenib320 on Flickr.
The mailman delivered these lovely prints today, just in time for Fall.

Pumpkin by jenib320
Pumpkin, a photo by jenib320 on Flickr.
First pumpkin of the season! :)

The Old Fashioned by jenib320
The Old Fashioned, a photo by jenib320 on Flickr.
The move is finally complete. I tried cheese curds this weekend! They were so yummy! Like fluffy cheese!

George by jenib320
George, a photo by jenib320 on Flickr.
George!

Today I love the..
Smell of: Marshmallow Fireside candle
Sound of: Pushing Daises
Taste of: Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
Sight of: Fabric
Feel of: Comfy clothes

Good Things about Today:
- Happy mail!
- Pretty productive day
- Cool fall chill in the air!
- Skype with Amanda!
- Two weeks until Sewing Summit!

10 comments :

Allison said...

I love that picture of George on those pretty plaids :) Your ribbon star is great - peony plais in limeaide is one of my favorite fabrics, and I love how it works as your binding. thanks for some great inspiration on how to use the yard that I've been hoarding :)

Jessica said...

Love that fabric bundle! Your fabric pictures always make me swoon! George is too cute :)

Sara said...

Love your mini's:)

Cheese curds,ah brings back memories of WI!!

Tennjenny said...

Your ribbon quilt looks beautiful! Those colors are gorgeous. And I just finished doing my vintage star quilt in chevrons, so I love the quilting on it!

Leigh said...

You're a true Wisconsinite now! And from the Old Fashioned? Excellent choice. And gorgeous quilts!

Minx's Den said...

oooo oooo!!! I recognize those prints you got in the mail!! JOEL DEWBERRY HEIRLOOM!!! I love those too! and your cheese curds look so yummy!!! I am makin cheezy potatoes tonight! hope you have a good weekend!!!

Victory Garden Yarn said...

Ooooh, cheeeese cuuuurds. YUM! Tee hee. ;)

Jacey said...

Your two new minis are so so cute! I can't wait to hear more about them. :)

Twinfibers said...

:) Sounds like you're having a great start to fall! George is adorable!

quirky granola girl said...

mmmmm...where did you get the cheese curds from? Michael's Frozen Custard has awesome custard and awesome cheese curds if you want to go for a dairy overload. the one on Whitney Way by the mini golf place is where i get the curds. i don't know if all of the locations have them.

did i miss the inspiration behind the mini quilts? i can't recall why you are making them, but i sure do love them. i've always admired your use of color, but the neutrals you used in Air Mail really pop without much color at all. you rock at finding that fabrics that contrast just right.