Thursday, October 7, 2010

Almost Complete

I have a few projects at different stages of completion, stitcheries, applique and this quilt....that doesn't mean I don't have many other WISP waiting for my attention. I wanted to have this one finished by now, but since it's not completed yet.....I'll thought a peek wouldn't hurt.

This weekend is the Canadian Thanksgiving, the smell of turkey with all the fixin's will be the scent that fills my home.

Happy Fall.
 

15 comments:

Darlene said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!!!!

Love your sneak peek. :-)

Quiltbenaco said...

Povero tacchino!
Buona festa del Ringraziamento
Ciao
Domenica

Jen said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Can't wait to see the finished quilt!

Rhonda said...

yay for long weekends! love the looks of this quilt; can't wait to see more of it :)

Sinta Renee said...

Happy Thnksgiving... I am looking forward to holiday cooking myself! I always have been curious as to the origin of Canadian Thanksgiving. In the U.S. it's about the first settlers and the Native American's (who really were the first settlers).

Kate B said...

Hi Wendy
I love that pattern, what is it. Looks great so far.
Happy Thanksgiving.
Kare

Karen said...

I like the fabrics that I see in your sneak peek.
The smells of a turkey dinner cooking and all the fixings can be heavenly. Enjoy your meal.

Lori said...

I loev it! And the paisley is fantastic!!

Piecefulafternoon said...

Nice peek. Can't wait to see the rest. I like the idea of Thanksgiving in October instead of one month from Christmas. Happy thanksgiving and turkey.

John'aLee said...

Oh that's a beauty!

Lisa Marie said...

Lovely Quilt,the colors are gorgeous! Have a super Wk-end!

Needled Mom said...

Happy Thanksgiving. Gotta love those smells!!!!

deb said...

LOVE that quilt.....several years ago we took a road trip to Niagra Falls, dddnt even know it was your Thanksgiving, we had turkey and all the fixins in a quaint little cafe by Niagra falls!!!!

Kim said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you! This quilt fabric is so rich and pretty - love it. :)

Sharon said...

Happy Turkey Day