Halloween 2012 was celebrated at my mother’s house as usual. Roasted wieners, chili, chips, dip, and lots of deserts. Here is the best picture of my niece, her baby, and her niece all dressed up for trick or treating.
|Trinity, Kayce, and baby Emma|
Mom already had her table decorated for the Fall with a table runner I made for her a few years ago. She collects chickens and is a retired floral designer so she set up a darling little table vignette.
Unfortunately, my dining table is never cleaned off enough to decorate it for the seasons. There are always newspapers, mail, and “stuff” on it all the time.
In a response to a call for quilts and blankets for the Hurricane Sandy victims in New York and New Jersey, I am making a colorful flannel quilt. I’ve had the fabric for several years just waiting for an appropriate use.
|Oops! layout error!|
|My trusty helper Ranger|
I’m working on the backing now and will tie the quilt rather than quilt it due to the immediate need in NY and NJ. Quicker is better in this case.
That’s all for now.