I have my Quilt Wrangler with me…
We are traveling through the Pacific Northwest
from Oregon to Washington state…
Having FUN at a hat shop…
I never leave home without some kind of a
take-a-long quilt project…
Apple Core Quilt
We followed onion trucks down the road...
We stopped for the onions along the road side
that fell off the trucks.
Gunnr loves to travel…
Having FUN at a county fair…
Love those sheep blankets…
The blankets keep the sheep clean….
before they go into the show ring
County Fair……. Quilt Exhibit
Windmill Farm along the Columbia Gorge
Paul Harvey Quilt at the Windy Flats
Paul Harvey is my personal lap quilt. It keeps me warm when I am on the couch at home, and it also travels with me everywhere I go. I sleep with this quilt when we are in motel rooms while traveling from state to state. It just makes an overnight stay a bit more like home, and I sleep better cuddling up with it.
Yes, I named my quilt "Paul Harvey" after the radio announcer
that tells us "The Rest of the Story."
This quilt started out as a class kit in Idaho. When I returned home to Oregon I realized all of the fabrics were not in the kit. I waited months for the quilt shop to send the missing fabrics......but it never happened.
I eventually found fabrics on my own and incorporated them into the quilt top.
The border fabric came from Canada.
This quilt took so much longer to complete than I had anticipated. After awhile I began to feel like it would never be done........when would I see....."The Rest of the Story."
I eventually began to refer to this quilt in progress as my Paul Harvey quilt.
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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,