Sunday, January 5, 2014

December Happenings

As a Quilter...
Starting on a log cabin quilt.
Piecing, piecing and more piecing.

Mother working on a sewing circle quilt.  Notice her little diagram  she is following for her pattern.

Ready to quilt a personalized quilt for a class at Patchwork Plus. 

Life...
What is this big celebration supper about?

Rebecca graduated from James Madison University as a nurse.
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This picture is from her pinning ceremony.
Rebecca and Abe

Autumn making Christmas cookies.


Autumn acting like a WHO from Whoville.
Photo: My sis...Autumn Lou Hoo @autumntawtm

My little clan.

Going out for breakfast.

Enjoying each other around the fire.

We spent a good part of Christmas day playing progressive rook. 

While everyone played rook I watched the grands.
 

Enjoying every minute being a Grandma.


Autumn made coasters to match cups for
 some special hand made gifts.

Rebecca made Lattes for the employes at 
Patchwork Plus.  Such a treat.

17 comments:

  1. your family is so warm and entertaining!

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  2. your family is so warm and entertaining!

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  3. Did you create that log cabin star quilt pattern?

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    1. No it is a pattern in Judy Martins latest book.

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  4. Did you create that log cabin star quilt pattern?

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  5. Enjoyed your post, Barbara! I am eager to see your finished quilt. I have a Star Tricks quilt in progress. I am attempting to enlarge it by putting half stars around it. And now I don't have enough of my background fabric, although I have searched the web. Wish me luck!

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  6. Your quilt is coming together quite nicely, I really love the colors! Looks like your family has had quite the celebration! :) Congrats to your daughter for graduating! :)

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  7. what a great pattern for the log cabin, love. Really enjoyed the family photos, Happy New Year to you all!

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  8. What a beautiful quilt Barbara and it is always fun to see photos of your family! Thanks for sharing.
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  9. Love that black/aqua quilt! I just cut out a black/white quilt today and was thinking I might add an aqua accent to it, now that I see yours I am sure I will do that.

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  10. What a gorgeous log cabin quilt? Love peeking into your family life!

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  11. Love the circular log cabin, but the family is my favorite part. Glad to know there is such a thing out there as a loving family like yours!
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  12. really like your choice of teal with black and white. very striking combination of colors. I am inspired to make my own log cabin but probably not as complicated as yours. Great Job!

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  13. What a beautiful quilt! Would you please share the name of the pattern and where it can be found. Thank you

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