While I was going thru photos yesterday, I found some more things Mom has made for me-
This is a Halloween wallhanging that I have displayed on the back of the very couch where I took this picture.
This is an Amish style wallhanging for my bedroom. The quilting was done with a variegated thread and the feather pattern on the border is easy to see.
This Halloween wallhanging came from my sister. Evidently the 3 witches in the bottom right corner remind her of us three sisters (one of which is knitting). And the 3 black crows on the tree branch represent my 3 daughters.
I also want to share with you a gorgeous Gay Ann Rogers piece that was stitched by a member of my local EGA chapter. She sold it to another EGA member who framed it. Then that member sold it to me shortly before she passed away.
It's a thatched cottage sampler but I can't remember the name of the piece.
I love autumn-themed stitching but do not stitch Halloween. It is my birthday and I prefer NOT to be reminded of it every time I pick up a project. :)
Then I got a bargain on ebay for $16 and a frame at Hobby Lobby for 50% off ($8) and couldn't be more pleased with the way it turned out.
Thanks to wenhkc, this design is by Rovaris and is called R-12
I am still working away on Crabapple Hill's Garden Alphabet quilt. These are the most recent letters I finished-
I also finished tracing all the rest of the alphabet. And have started on the coloring.