For those of you that follow along on my blog I have finished Baltimore Garden and photos will be posted when I get it hung. I still need to attach a sleeve but I am waiting for the hang it dang it to arrive. So this week I did pull out the trailing vines panel that I prepped several weeks ago. It's fall afterall and the north wind came down this week and cooled us off here in north Texas. It sure feels good and although we don't have much fall color down here with our live oaks I did plant a Natchez crepe myrtle that is showing some burgundy color and there is also plenty of color as I add each leaf to the prepped vine on my version of Trailing Vines. A quilt first made by Susan McCord. Here is a link to some info about the quilt. I love how they described the quilting 9-10 stitches per inch, outline or self quilting. That tells me she just enjoyed her stitching and didn't get hung up about perfection. She made some remarkable quilts out of tiny pieces of scraps. I am including pics of a couple of photos I found on line. She really was talented don't you think?
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