.....And I do believe it is a favorite time of year. Soon you will see me writing that about a different month and season. What can I say, they all have their own take on beauty. I want to share this bit from Anne of Green Gables, by L.M. Montgomery. "Oh Marilla", she explained one Saturday morning, coming dancing in with her arms full of gorgeous bows, "I'm so glad I live in a world of Octobers. It would be terrible if we just skipped from September to November, wouldn't it? Look at these Maple branches, don't they give you a thrill.....several thrills?"
In celebration of the pumpkin, I have this pattern Pumpkins On Parade available to the first to respond back. If you are following from out of the country, I will honor the first one of you to respond in addition.
So now, we've left the retreat, and took an assessment of how much room we still had in the car. We were told that just outside of Kansas City there was a little town filled with antiques. We were off, fresh back on the trail of the next perfect find. I have always thought I'd like an item such as this to fill with pumpkins and such in the fall. No room!
What a delightful shop this was, some antiques and some crafty items.
What a splendid red bread box!
This will be my thought for the day!
If you are available tomorrow, we will be beginning with a 4 month class at Quilt's Etc. in Sandy, Utah. The project will be Silent Night. It will be a thrill to teach this class, because I love this cozy and wonderful Christmas quilt.