|Good Morning Quilting Friends. As I attempt to find the 'right' place to hang a small quilted project, I wondered if I am the only one who struggles with this. I occasionally remove a painting or picture and pop a quilt in its place. Of course, I refrain from sun exposure, even in the best fabrics, sun fade will occur.|
Seasonal decorating provides an opportunity to drag out those large and small quilts that echo nature at this time of year.
|Too good not to share, the pics in this Facebook post caught my eye. Beth Habermehl posted these on July 31st. after a family reunion. Here is the link to her page.I gather that these quilts were hung for a short time, just during the reunion. I would worry that the sunshine would fade the fabrics, that would be a disaster. They are lovely, country and quaint.|
Another perfect Fall day in the works here. My absolute favorite. My thoughts are with a dear friend with whom I have shared Fall festivals for many years. As she struggles with a dreadful illness it is my hope and prayer that the beauty of the season will strengthen her resolve.
*please excuse the duplicate photo, blogger added it and will not let me remove it. Ahhh, technology!
Thursday, September 17, 2015
Quilts as Seen on Facebook
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