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 passes then work on the inside can really begin!


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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