Summer Wind and Fall

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Summer Wind (Miss Rosies Quilt Company) is among my top favorite patterns, I made it about 5 years ago using the Seaside Rose collection. When I saw Nicoles version in Wuthering Heights, I knew I needed to make it again. I’m making it using the Gypsy Rose Collection as a Christmas gift. The extra challenge I’ve given myself is that I’m using precuts to make it, so far so good.

I have several quilts in mind that I want to get working on, but with my day job and quilt jobs my time is limited so I’ll see how far I can get.

Fall is truly here, I took these pictures a couple weeks ago (our Thanksgiving weekend) when we tucked the flower beds in for the winter. (I’m hoping that the spruce boughs will discourage the cat and other critters from their activities)

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I’m including this pic just because I like it
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this is what I learnt how to drive today
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The weather has definitely shifted jackets are out and the summer fun is put away for another year.

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the garden is covered up waiting for spring, hopefully next year will give us a better growing season

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One more picture from Thanksgiving weekend, Katie sure loves to drive!
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About wendysquilting

Professional Longarm Machine Quilter in Thunder Bay Ontario.
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4 Responses to Summer Wind and Fall

  1. arlijohn says:

    Really like your quilt, can see why it is one of your favorites. Love the autumn pics, since I’m working on an autumn pictorial they were right in line with my thoughts.

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  2. TeresaL says:

    I do not remember seeing that quilt pattern. I like it, too. Beautiful autumn pics! Hope all is well with you.

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  3. Such a lovely quilt, and it seems like an autumn quilt, too!

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  4. Becky says:

    I love your photos and your quilt. Thank you so much for the encouraging note on my blog. So sweet!

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