OK Sharon, let me have it ---I know it's coming :-) I love when we have quilt runs. We get to see customers we haven't seen in a long time and then a chance to meet lots of new people. I worked with Dasher (aka Susan) on Saturday, and the both of us being reindeer's in our mid 50's, well lets say we were worn out by the end of day. We had to put our hooves up and just have a time out before we pranced home!
You would think after a quilt run things would slow down, but this week was as busy as ever! My little home binding business is going strong and this time of year everyone is getting those Christmas quilts done, so they are sure to have them quilted in time by the longarm quilters. Mr friend Carol (actually we call her Nurse Carol) makes so many wonderful quilts, and I am lucky to get them to put the bindings on. Thought I would share a couple of her quilts.
She makes more quilts than anyone I know! She is such a good piecer and the bindings always go on so easy. She is a nurse in a pediatric care unit (hope I said that right Carol), and she hangs up her quilts, changing them with every season. What a wonderful treat for the kids and their families as well as the staff. I'm going to go visit her soon and I will take some pictures of her quilts hanging in the unit.
Fall is slowly creeping in to California. I've been enjoying all the blogs from people living in other parts of the country where Fall really has showed up. Here's a peek at the beginnings of our change of season . If you squint real hard, and close one eye, and stand on one foot you might be able to see a slight yellow tinge starting to show up!!! I love these Liquid Ambers along our driveway. Hopefully in another week or two they will really put on a show! Well I better get to those bindings! See you later alligators :-) !