Farmhouse Quilt

Finished top, Farmhouse Quilt, made from scraps.
It is 62"x62". Just needs to be quilted. 

The Grinch

I'm a big admirer of Dr. Seuss, 
so when I saw this Kaufman fabrics on sale at Fort Worth Fabric Studio
I just had to buy some. 
I'm going to use it to wrap up Christmas presents this year,
and make myself a Christmas apron.

I'm still working on that cardigan for my son, one sleeve remaining.
To little time to work on my hexies,
 and I'm planing another quilt from scraps either Spools or Trees, have not decided yet.
I also finished three DJ blocks.  

An early-morning walk is a blessing for the whole day.

Thank you for stopping by,
 Happy stitching.



susis quilts said...

ooh paula,amazing work!!the top looks beautiful,happy stitching,susi

tiny said...

Great Farmhouse quilt, lots of succes with the christmas apron. the fabrics er beautiful. Tree blocks fineshed from your DJ you er a busy woman :):).
Hugs Tiny

Kelli Fannin Quilts said...

LOVE the houses, and also a huge Dr. Seuss fan. My son loves to hear his stories at night, and they are some of the most fun to read aloud! :o)

Luxquilt said...

I love your blo, sooo interesting!
You asked me if there will be another freehand quilting workshop,
for the moment: no. Perhaps next autumn when I will find enough people interested in this kind of workshop and a location to hold it.

I would like to add your blog to the link-list on my blog. When you disagree please contact me and I will remove the link.
Greetings from Lux. to Lux! :-)

Fort Worth Fabric Studio said...

Dear Paula, What a beautiful Farmhouse quilt! :o) So glad you got some of the Dr. Seuss Grinch fabrics ~ I love your idea of wrapping presents and making an apron!

Warm regards from Texas,

Jodie :o)

Karen said...

I really like how your Farmhouse quilt turned out, how will you quilt it? Cute Dr. Seuss, show the apron when you make it.