Fall is finally here, and we've had beautiful weather so far. I got out some fall quilts, and have the large leaf quilt on display on the railing:
And the view from the kitchen:
It's from a pattern by Ruth Powers and the pattern is named "Third Weekend in October". The quilt is 85 X 110 inches. Her pattern:
It is paper pieced, and a great way to use your fall colored fabrics.
Here's a few pictures (from the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park in Grand Rapids, MI) from this week:
The white pumpkins and the ornamental cabbages always look so nice.
I love the big pumpkins turned on their side - just as they were in the field.
They used apples in their arrangements! Of course, if I tried that in my yard, the deer would be all over it.
Isn't this pumpkin a funky one? I really like it.
What are you working on this third Monday in October?