Monday, March 30, 2015

A Pattern Name.....

 Do you think
"The Best Of New England"
is a little goofy 
for a name?
 Woolly Autumn
is sort of plain for a name....
The quilt is ready for the quilter,
after I got the borders on
I was a little worried
I picked the wrong fabric
but the binding will just finish it off
Any fabric I tried just sort of sat
there but this little gem
made everything sparkle...
Of course tomorrow I may not 
like it at all...
I think I'm just tired,
two days of working on our taxes
wore me right out, they keep
changing the rules.....

Well I have curtains & a tablecloth to make for my
little market booth.
Straight sewing, I should be able to handle that
pretty easily...
Have a wonderful week
Happy Easter to you all!
Elizabeth Ann


sunny said...

It's a perfect name! I love New England, so it draws me to the quilt for than Woolly Autumn does. Great job! Can I ask a stupid question? Can these quilts with wool be washed?

Carol said...

What a great name, Liz--this quilt perfectly captures the colors of New England in autumn! I can almost smell the fallen leaves and piles of acorns :) Good luck with your market booth preparations! And Happy Easter to you as well :)

Farm Girl said...

I hope you have a happy Easter too.
I like the first name. It is going to be so pretty.
Have a lovely week.

Lori said...

I love the quilt! I can't say the name tugs at my heart strings. The best of NE may mean something to NEnglanders, but it doesn't mean a thing to me. You asked.... I've never been one to shy away from being honest.

Patti said...

How about "Autumn in New England"? (You could then revisit it for other seasons later) ;) Love your new quilt! Absolutely gorgeous!
Blessings, Patti

Sandi said...

I agree with Lori and like Pattis suggestion of Autumn in New England.