The yellow and orange Rainbow Scrap Challenge fall colors are fun to work with this month. For the Modern HST Sampler this week I chose to do an alternate 12-inch block called Frolic, taken from Patchwork Square web site, which I used for my last Modern HST Sampler block. The diagram shows a blank center spot, which I filled with the perfect fall leaf fabric, so I call it Fall Frolic.
Just looking at this block makes me feel so happy, remembering my father raking up piles of leaves for us to jump in, and then baking potatoes in the burning pile.
My October boat is a sturdy one with a really solid-looking keel. It can take being tossed around by a hurricane. My uncle always rode out storms on his boat so it would not crash into a dock or be blown ashore. He never lost any of his boats.
Here is another of my antique small quilts, probably made about the 1870’s to 1890’s. It is sturdy and in good condition. The outer border is a four-color print of a paisley type. It could have been used for a hot pad.
Tonight we are going to finally have weater in the forties, which should bring out the leaf colors at last.
May all of you have good quilting time this week and perhaps meet a goal or two. I will be linking up at the following blogs. Please join me to see all the excellent quilt projects.