Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Midweek Makers #47

Hmm, quilting or prepping for Thanksgiving dinner? Such a hard decision! If it's the first choice, show it off here at Midweek Makers!



Otherwise, enjoy the eye candy!

Because tomorrow is Thanksgiving, the featured artists are those that created items in autumn colors. Two entries last week are the honorees.

Donnalee at DonnaleeQ celebrates with these pretty pumpkins.

                                   

And Patty at Elm Street Quilts made this improv quilt with a gorgeous autumn palette.

                                   

Grab a 'Featured' button ladies!
grab button for Quiltfabrication
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As for me, no new autumn creations this year, but two table runners are out, Pumpkat Patch,



and a diamond runner,



plus on the wall, these pumpkins, 




and Seed Mix,


and in the living room, Falling Leaves.



Lots of autumn to enjoy right now, but next week it will all be red and green!

So, what are you up to? Link up your projects by:
  • Linking directly to your specific post, not your main blog page.
  • Linking any recent post that has to do with sewing and fabric.
  • Visiting the other party guests and leaving a comment. It's a great way to make new friends!
  • Grabbing the Midweek Makers button code to put on your post or sidebar to let everyone know about the party!
grab button for Quiltfabrication
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Happy Thanksgiving!



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