I love Fall - I'd have to say it's my favorite time of year. Just the weather to make you want to throw something in the crockpot and work on a quilt!
I don't have any progress to show for my weekend. I'm working on a Halloween gift for my swap partner, so while I did finish it (except for the quilting), I can't show it quite yet.
We're all supposed to make Christmas stockings for the quilt shop where I work. I chose a fun Alexander Henry cowboy fabric and plan to make mine with suede-like fringe at the cuff. But I haven't started my stocking, so I can't show that.
I finished the binding on my 4OT/Portobello Market quilt and dropped it off at the shop on Thursday. I hope they get it up on display and when they do, I will snap a photo, but for now, I've got nothing.
Doing the binding in 2 days really did a number on my shoulder - that old rotator cuff injury flares up at the most unexpected times. This is not good news, as I have about 6 quilts that need bindings. My buddy at the quilt shop, Liz, agreed to a barter - she's going to sew a binding for me in exchange for some fat quarters. This may be a good solution.