While I want to get my big queen-sized Aunt Gracie's Garden quilt, I've done a couple of other projects. The first - and most fun for me - is my Halloween Dresden plate quilt top. It's all done, and I just need to find the time to sit down and get it quilted.
I love it! I fell completely in love with the cauldron blocks; they're my favorite next to the ghost block. It's the first of two or three Halloween quilts I'll be making this year. One of these days, I'll finally get to quilting the Christmas quilt top I finished three years ago. Ugh.
It was also time to swap out the placemats on my dining room table. I've had the same autumn-themed ones there since late August. I finished a couple of 12" blocks from Lori Holt's Farm Girl Vintage book and turned them into placemats with little pockets for the silverware. I'm a leftie so I moved the pocket on my placemat to the left. :)
I'm more of a fall/winter guy, but I do love how these look super springy.