The same fabric line was used for the table runner pictured below. An easy piece to make. I probably won't use it for a table runner. It would fit nicely over one of the quilt cabinet doors when finished.
I am cutting out for another quilt from this same fabric. I am in a rut as it was the same fabric line for the Dresden Plates I showed you in a previous post.
The glass pot (I don't know what else to call it) was a gift from my friend Karen. It is a orangey red color and made by The Fenton Glass Company in West Virginia. Very pretty.
The last photo is of a blue glass bottle my husband found in an antique store while we were on vacation. Cobalt blue is my favorite color glass so we end up looking at just about anything we see in the blue line. We have no idea what this bottle was used for. It has a face on the top part or head. Does anyone know the answer? It is about 6 to 8 inches tall. I didn't measure it and am just guessing.
I have been visiting Primitives by the Light of the Moon blog. Ginger has been giving free alphabet stitchery designs over a period of time. If interested, you will have to go back through her blog posts to download and print them all out. She says she has some more "doodles" to post and to watch for those in the near future.
Another site I have come across is Sentimental Stitches. There are lots of free quilt patterns on the site. There is an ongoing series of flower applique patterns for one that I am printing out. There is an Amish style quilt in process. And many, many midget blocks that are 4 1/2". The midget blocks are from an antique sampler quilt. Maybe you already know about the site but if you have never paid a visit, be sure to check it out.
Okay. One last link for you. It is called Homeberries. There are several free stitchery patterns that you might enjoy if you like prim style.
Enjoy the rest of your day and come back soon for another visit.