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The quilt in the header is made from a Cheri Payne pattern called "Twelve Days of Christmas"..

Friday, July 20, 2012

SWEET PICKINS

The day the latest fall issue of  "Primitive Quilts and Projects" arrived in my mail box, I started piecing the background for "Sweet Pickins".  The pattern is by Peg Springstead of Quilted Crow.  I finished the top yesterday evening.  The piece is 28" x 28".  A nice wall size.
After it is quilted, I will add buttons as the pattern shows.  One in the center of each Churn Dash block and one where the leaves and stem meet on the pumpkin.

Fall is my favorite season of the year.  We don't live in the part of the USA that gets to experience the colors of fall but we used to live in Ohio and know well how beautiful the foliage can be.  There are several projects in this fall issue of the magazine that interest me.  Included is a log cabin quilt with a sunflower border, a smaller size pumpkin quilt, and pumpkin coasters.

I am working on a third Simple Sack similar to what I showed in my last post.  This one has a fall theme.  Fall is still a ways off but I am in the mood to make things for that season.  Hope you enjoyed the view today.
Karen

32 comments:

  1. Well I always enjoy the view from your creativity :) I did love this new issue of PQP. It's hard to know just where to begin. Love your top and as always it turned out so awesome.

    I'm kind of leaning towards the Chocolate Bonbons by Kay Harmon of Sew Graceful Quilting. It's a beauty !

    Have a great weekend,
    Sue

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  2. I haven't seen the new issue!

    Another beauty! You just knew I would love it when I saw it!

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  3. Beautiful. I've barely had time to leaf through the mag - and here you are with a complete project. Way to go!

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  4. LOVE it!!! it's the perfect size!!! Loving the header quilt!!!

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  5. Oh, another fabulous project. Can't wait to see it finished.

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  6. I'm with you on the beauty of fall, Karen. I do live in a "fall color" area, and it is always inspiring to me.
    This is another wonderful project--and I love the things you sent Mary at Quilt Hollow. You are a prolific, and generous quilter.

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  7. Looks fabulous Karen. You should submit the picture to the magazine. They would love seeing one of their projects completed.

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  8. Love it! Well, I finally subscribed to Primitive Gatherings...can't believe I watited this long!

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  9. That was my fav project in the new issue as well. Great job!

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  10. I always enjoy the view when I pop in!! Loving it Karen!
    P

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  11. turned out great! I wish it were fall right now! its been super hot and now its super rainy :)
    have a great friday

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  12. Oh wow- I LOVE your pumpkin quilt top! I will have to get that magazine now. Fall is my favorite as well, such a pretty season!

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  13. I have this one marked too! Yours turned out great! Have a happy weekend!

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  14. I agree fall is my very favorite time of the year - and we do get to enjoy the beautiful fall colors here. WOW look at you - I have that one marked in the book and you've got it done lol. Great job.

    Hugs

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  15. I love your Sweet Pickins - it's going to be even nicer with the quilting and buttons. Hopefully my copy of Primitive Quilts shouldn't be too far away!

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  16. Sweet Pickins is adorable-there is always several projects in that magazine that I want to make.
    At work we are getting the fall-and gasp Christmas merch out (I work for Hallmark) I love fall too but am not ready to give up summer quite yet. The fall candle scents I stocked today where heavenly tho'-my kind of fragrance!

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  17. Pumpkins are always a favorite with me. Your fall wall hanging turned out really nice. I feel cooler just thinking about fall.

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  18. Wow...you already have a project done and I haven't received my issue yet! Not sure what is taking so long, but I'm very impatient - I love this magazine!

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  19. Wow! It didn't take you long to make that! I was eyeballing that one too, I love that all the autumn stuff is starting to come out. That is also my favorite time of year, even though we don't get it as long here in Southern California as other parts of the country.

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  20. That project caught my eye too...I love Fall and pumpkins are my favorite! Yours is so cute.

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  21. I have yet to make one thing from those magazines. I just love everything in them. I love the newest issue.

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  22. So cute! I need a new fall quilt. Maybe I will make this one too, but it's hard to decide! Everything in that magazine is darling! Where do you live in Ohio? We moved from Ontario, near Mansfield about 7 years ago. Also lived in Westerville a while. Great fall views!

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  23. I liked that one a lot! You did a great job on it!

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  24. Lovely, as usual!! Fall is my favorite time too - the smells, the colors, the temperature! Just everything!!

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  25. It's a wonderful project, I'm still waiting for my magazine.

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  26. Every time I read your blog, I get the itch to make something really prim. I love your inspiration.

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  27. That is so cute! And I need a pumpkin quilt. I love that magazine - better just subscribe to it as I keep buying them. Your header quilt is gorgeous!!

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  28. Fall is my favorite season also! And anything with a pumpkin is perfect! Love it.

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  29. LOVE IT - this is wonderful!

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  30. Another beautiful project. You really got crackin' on this one, didn't you? It is great to be that enthused about a new project. What else are you thinking of making from this magazine?

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  31. Primitive Gatherings is my favorite magazine...
    I keep trying to figure out why your blog background stays black when I read it on my iPad. Any ideas?

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