Celebration of Fall colors (before it’s too late)

by Mary Beth Krapil

Here in North America it is still Autumn, although some regions might question that, as they experience snow and freezing temperatures. Winter is coming quickly; but we still have a few weeks to enjoy the spectacular colors, bright sunny days and cool crisp air of Fall here in the mid-Atlantic states. When I was at the Fall Paducah quilt show and at the MQX Midwest show in Springfield IL I took some photos of quilts sporting fabulous fall colors and I want to share them with you. Feel free to come back to this post in February. I know I will.

Handfuls of Scraps by
Ann Zemke
of Minneapolis, MN

 

Deep Breathing
by Sara Chappell and Sandra Morgan Cockrum of Lawrence, KS

 

Growing Up
by Gerrie Lynn Thompson
of Boise, ID

detail of Growing Up

 

Song of Summer
by Bethanne Nemesh
of Allentown, PA

detail of Song of Summer

 

Enchanted Village
by Martha Scott
of Sequim, WA

 

Autumn Bramble
by Susan Nelson
of Prior Lake, MN

 

Sew Sweet Modern Sampler
by Shelly Pagliai
of New Cambria, MO

 

Jewels of the Universe
by Phyllis and Terry Marcum of Colorado Springs, CO

 

Sunshine
by Kat Jones
of Chigwell, Tasmania, Australia

 

Still Standing in Clearwater, Idaho
by Karen Hull Sienk
of Colden, NY

 

detail of Tuscan Sun by Gina Perkes

 

Silken Defiance
by Gina Perkes

detail of Silken Defiance

 

Judy and Barb’s Great Adventure
by Gina Perkes

detail of Judy and Barb’s Great Adventure

 

Persistence
by Margaret Solomon Gunn

detail of Persistence

 

Copper Reflections
by Donna James
of Nelson, BC, Canada

detail of Copper Reflections

 

Fall is my season. What’s yours?

 

 

2018-11-27T11:24:08+00:00November 30th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

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