Sunday, October 13, 2013

Quilts, Harvest, Sewing Room Tip, and Baby Logan


Several weeks ago my quilt club had a mini quilt show at a local barn tour.

I thought it was neat the way they had it set up with all the traditional quilts on right side and the more modern quilt on the left.  The Grandmother's Fan on the left is my quilt. 


Check out the neat barn quilt!
Barn quilts seem to be getting popular in Ohio. 
The barn quilts seem to make the farm/city a warmer and more welcoming place.

Harvest has been going on in Ohio and last weekend we had a lot of rain, but we're all back in the fields harvesting this weekend.  Rain is in the forecast so farmers are rushing to get their beans harvested before it rains again.


Here is my sewing room tip:
I put all my used needles in an old pill bottle.
This way you can safely dispose of your needles and it keeps them away from curious pets and kids.


I would like you to meet Baby Logan.
I am his Great Aunt and we will have to make a trip down south to see him.
There is a baby quilt on the way to keep him warm during the winter months.
Sorry I was in such a big hurry to ship it that I forgot to take a picture, but this picture is just as sweet as can be.
Welcome to the world Logan!



Happy Quilting!

Kay Lynne

 

3 comments:

Needled Mom said...

The quilts look so pretty hung like that.

Logan is adorable. Look at those sweet cheeks!!!

Have a safe harvest.

Val Spiers said...

All the quilts look great and the barn is a good venue. Logan looks like a cutie.
valspierssews@gmail.com

Pam said...

Beautiful quilts and a beautiful baby. Thanks for sharing. A quilt show in a barn is truly "country". Love it. I just returned from a quilt show at a casino. (quite a difference)!