Kim's Garden is done!
But first, a couple of photos from Thanksgiving. The day started off a little rainy and overcast but by the time the mashed potatoes were underway this is the view we were blessed with. It was a lovely day on the Rappahannock River. We always do Thanksgiving as a small group so, for once this year, there was no change for us. As usual we had too much food for too few people! Absolutely perfect.
It's possible that Ginger even got more treats than she was supposed to have. But don't tell anyone that. Sometimes I get in trouble. But she always seems so hungry and does pitiful to perfection.
My one goal of the trip was to get Dale and Chris to hold the quilt up for me to get a full front photo. I didn't have any place where I could do it here. It was a little breezy but we got it done and now Kim's Garden is officially finished! I will now wash it and make the label and get that done soon because I know that Kim is waiting for it.
You can read all about the history and making of this quilt here.
11/29/2020 06:19:34 am
Wow, the quilting on this quilt is absolutely gorgeous, Vicki!
11/29/2020 08:33:06 am
That view is just lovely.
Chris in South Jersey
11/29/2020 09:02:01 am
I read the caption below the quilt to my husband. He looked puzzled and asked on which trip were we lending assistance. Yes, his name is Dale and we have been know to do stuff like this. ☺️🙂
11/30/2020 10:02:57 am
Wow. Your quilt is stunning! Are you going to enter it in any shows? I love the subtle backgrounds and beautiful quilting, not to mention the wonderfully appliqued flowers. Great job!
11/30/2020 10:44:35 am
Don't know where that river is located, but the view is beautiful! I will have to google it.
12/1/2020 05:54:26 pm
I don't know which I like more - that wonderful water scene or Kim's Garden - they're both pretty spectacular. And I would have been giving lots treats to Ginger too - she's beautiful!
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.