Happy Friday! Happy Quilters! The Black Gingham has taken over my entire studio. Here's my latest black gingham creation, Farmhouse Pumpkins. A big ole thank you to Judy and Denis Stanton for allowing me use their old farmhouse for taking pictures. Judy jumped right in and started bringing in extra props for the photos.
Not only am I working out of my normal color pallet, this quilt was sent to a professional longarm quilter. Paula Spalding of Old Farmhouse Quilts did an amazing job, and quickly. Paula does beautiful custom quilting but I wanted this one done as quick as possible so I chose the adorable little pumpkin vine quilting. I could get used to sending out quilts for quilting(feeling spoiled). If your interested in finding a new longarm quilter you can find Paula on her Facebook page by CLICKING HERE.
With fall in full swing there was tons of photo taking opportunities. The leaves are starting to change colors and scatter about. I'm looking forward to raking up a big ole pile for the garden. Of course I'll play in them first! Who doesn't love a big ole pile of leaves!
Black gingham can be a little hard to find. So I did a little research for you. I found some on Etsy here. And some at the Fat Quarter Shop.
~ Lea Anne ~
I love this, Lea Anne! Working out of your comfort zone is good for you in this case!! LOL Really, really pretty!ReplyDelete
This is so excellent! Love it!ReplyDelete
What a fantastic finish! Love the Black and white pumpkins. Great photos too!ReplyDelete
I love the quilt. The pictures you made are very seasonal! Fall is beautiful with all the leaves colouring.ReplyDelete