Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Cobblestone is finished.

 It will get a quick wash in the morning and then will be shipped off to Vermont with the kids school photo's. 

Emily held it up for me... she is just a wee bit short on arm span! 

So she tried this way.... She did not want to be seen!

So she laid it out on the floor for me.

Linking up to the November OMG finish link.

Last night the ladies were out after being cooped up with 2 days of rain. Their first coop will get secured a bit today before Eta blows her way through overnight. I also get to do some yard pick up and will bring the trimmings from the weekend to the recycle center so they are not blowing around the yard. We are inland so should just be 35-45 with gusts up to 60 mph. 

Happy Veterans Day to all those who have served or are currently serving to protect our country and our freedoms. Special thanks to hubby and my father in law Tom for their service in the US Air Force, and my Dad for his service in the Vermont National Guard.


Julierose said...

Cobblestone is absolutely beautiful!! I love it;)) (ummm just wrap it up and send it on up to my house-- hahaha)..
Nice work -- congratulations on that finish ;)))
hugs, Julierose

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

the quilt turned out great and you will be able to see it when you visit Vermont. Love those chickens they sure have grown


Love that photo of the chickens on the steps!!!
and how nice to have quilt all finished!!!!
Hope you make out ok in the rain and wind department--
luv, and hugs, di

The Joyful Quilter said...

Congrats on another fabulous RSC quilt finish, Deb!!

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

Cobblestones is beautiful - love how it turned out! Is it for a family member? They will love it! Fun photo of your chickens, too. Hope the wind isn't too bad for you!

Ray and Jeanne said...

Cobblestone is beautiful - I love the color columns. Someone in Vermont will love it. I hope you don't get too much wind and rain from Eta. ~Jeanne

Angie said...

I hope the damage from Eta is non-existent and you didn't lose power! I just talked to my sister in Gainesville, and she said they are still powered up...

Patty said...

Wonderful! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish.