Monday, December 12, 2016

The Production Line


The snow came.  It was a lovely day yesterday, just looking at the light falling snow.  All my company left before sunset and got home safely.




On Saturday we had a visit from a stand in Santa.  Anne's daughter has this magnificent, almost two year old, who is crazy in love with all things Santa.  His name is Colin, and he was adorable.  We had lots of fun with him and when they left, we all wanted to take naps!



This scrap quilt of Peggy's really took flight and just got bigger and bigger.  The square with in the square block measures three inches.



Peggy also made these ornaments.  Here are two of them and



this traveling box contains four more.  Gifts for us, possibly?



Anne worked on this scrap quilt that is made up of alternating 2 1/2" squares and 2 1/2" x 4 1/2" rectangles.  I may change up my regular scrap quilt to this one for a change.



Two of Jean Ann's grandsons chose this quilt for their graduation present.  One of the boys chose blues



and it is partially constructed.  The other grandson's quilt top



was finished on this weekends visit.  He chose the basic same colors as the pattern was shown in.  It is stunning.

Mike and I quilted the quilt tops we did in Florida in October.  I am in the process of binding mine and Mike took her's home, because she left her binding there.  She started another quilt top while I, along with Anne, started a quilt top we purchased the parts for two years ago on a field trip to Rainbow's End in Dunedin, Florida.  Eventually we get around to everything!





5 comments:

Robbie said...

Such a productive time, as always! Ornaments are cool too!

Gayle from MI said...

Love your green chairs! The scrap quilts were both great too!

Corky said...

Do you have the name of the pattern that Jean Anne was working on? The posted photo cut off the name.

Corky said...

Do you have the name of the pattern that Jean Anne was working on? The posted photo cut off the name.

Corky said...

Do you have the name of the pattern that Jean Anne was working on? The posted photo cut off the name.