Thursday, September 30, 2010

Autumn Wall Hanging

I decided to put machine quilting on hold for a few days and work on a little wall hanging.

It is Tumbling Leaves from the book "Fat Quarter Quilting" by Lori Smith. This is definitely one of the few books that I could happily make every quilt pattern!
I am using mostly reproduction fabrics in fall colours.


All the applique pieces are ready to go. I will post a tutorial on this type of freezer paper appliqueing.


All the blocks are ready to be sewn together.

While I was busy sewing this morning I forgot about the bread I was making!!

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!!

7 comments:

GailM. said...

I really like all the autumn projects everyone is making...This is sweet, but I do love projects with flying geese in them.

Funny how time slips away when you're having fun. I have the same kitchenaid as you do, but I don't have a plastic lid for my bowl. That must come in handy.

Chris said...

I have a new appreciation about cutting and sewing triangles. Cute project!

SheilaC said...

hmmmmmm homemade bread!! (and no bread machine???)

I love your fall project :)

SheilaC

Joan said...

Lovely project Joanne...and YUM... I can almost smell the bread from wayyy down here :)

Wendy said...

Mmmmm!

joan said...

oh! the bread! Yummmy! Lovely wall hanging♥♥

Leigh said...

I have most definitely forgotten my rising dough before and ended up with an overinflated loaf!

It looks like you used the same pattern on your leaves as I did on this little lap quilt I made for my parents :)

http://fatqrtrs.blogspot.com/2010/01/guess-they-like-it.html