Happy Thanksgiving!

It's Thanksgiving here in Canada and it's one of my favourite holidays. We celebrated our Thanksgiving dinner last night with some of our family so we're in a tryptophan haze around here today.

For those who are new to the blog, this a wallhanging that I finished a couple of years ago in honour of the fall season. It's called Charlotte's in the Pumpkin Patch because I free motion quilted little spiderwebs and a few spiders, as well as pumpkin vines all over the background. This is one of my first original designs -- still pretty happy with the results!


Happy Gobble-Gobble Day to my fellow Canadians and a Happy Monday to everyone else!

Oh and as a little tease, I'll be hosting a giveaway tomorrow...a beautiful bundle of fat quarters from Mad About Patchwork!

4 comments:

  1. turkey's in the oven, pumpkin pie and apple pie are on the counter, house smells wonderful and family due later today. What's not to like about this holiday?

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  2. Great wall hanging M-R...it is a great weekend here too...so much fun when the family all get together....I love the sounds of the grandsons running around giggling and chasing each other.

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  3. Very nice and Happy Thanksgiving to you!

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  4. Lovely wall hanging:) Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!!!!

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