Sunday, March 29, 2015

More moving around...

This week my sister and brother-in-law visited from New Hampshire.  It was nice seeing them.  However now that they have headed out to Florida I  can move "stuff" into the guest bedroom and make space in the rest of the house!
1890 9-patch from Pennsylvania.  A good example of black prints from that time period.  These are sometimes called mourning prints.

As I do this I am trying to get some better photos of the quilts I'm moving.
On the wall is a 1940's 4 patch that has fabric that go back 40 years earlier! 
On the bed is a 1930's hexagon.
Not easy as this is pollen time in Georgia...definitely do not want to get this on a quilt.

I ended up giving up on the quilt photos and playing with the dog!

On the sewing room - the electrician worked for two days to get everything ready for the county inspectors who should be here tomorrow!  If...rather when...it passes then work on the inside can really begin!

5 comments:

Loris said...

Love those 9 patches! Have fun with the progress coming. And head scratches for the pooch :-)

Tonya Ricucci said...

yay, beautiful quilts. So does the pollen make Watson turn yellow?

Janet O. said...

Wonderful quilts!
Hope all goes well with the inspection!

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