Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Scrappy Wednesday



If you would like to see my Mom's students' quilt show at the Schoharie Library, our guild Historian has done a lovely post  HEREThe banners were made by the guild and presented the day of the Tea.


Steff, our Historian, also did up a nice presentation of the Catskill Mountain Quilt Show the day we hung the exhibit.  You can see that HERE


In that scrap bag I found this strip of Fall fabrics - a cut off from a project?  I got the seam ripper out and seperated those and have a little project planned to use them up.  I, also, pulled the 'Harvest House' pattern and plan to make a couple of minis from different sections.  I really love this pattern and maybe some day I will actually make the whole thing as is.  BUT, it is fun to use bits of a pattern and make good use of some of those smaller scrap baggies of goodies. 

** And the found little elder pup has been returned to it's owner.  My daughter and I both put out a facebook blip and within hours we got word.  The newly opened Senior Complex  - a new tenant.  I wasn't aware that they allow pets, so now if we come across another lost cuddle we will check with them.  **

A good Day to Play,
Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

6 comments:

  1. Thanks for the lovely eye candy this morning! Great way to start my day! So glad the pup has been returned to his owner!

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  2. Wonderful quilts, and a wonderful way to honor your mother. Her students’ quilts were so much fun. I especially love the choir singers and the cow.

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  3. Two beautiful quilts there. That mini pattern looks wonderful too. Good to hear the puppy is reunited with its owner.

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  4. What fantastic news, that the dog is back home. And to hear that the elderly dog went back to the Senior Ctr--well, I know that two seniors's hearts were mighty thankful over that reunion. What a blessing that your family was able to make it happen. Just thinking about how I'd feel if one of ours slipped away brings tears to my eyes; pets are so vulnerable, and that little dog seemed especially so. A happy ending all around.

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  5. Thanks for sharing the quilt photos. Your library looks like a nice place to settle in with a good book.

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  6. Thanks for links to both posts. One quilt was in both posts. Glad the dog is back home now.

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