Friday, September 30, 2011


Isn't he cute? He is battery operated. Mary at Quilt Hollow blog posted a photo of the little guys she found at Lowe's for $5. I was at our local store yesterday and look who found his way into my cart. Thanks, Mary, for the idea. He will do double duty come Thanksgiving when his light will turn off and he can face a wall and just be punkin-y then.

He is sitting on another blogger pattern creation. I made this up from Kathleen Tracy's book The Civil War Sewing Circle. It is the scrap squares doll quilt on page 25. I was going to make it scrappy like in the book but that can wait for another day.........thought it would look good in some deep browns and a chedda' for the fall season. It's very seasonal when you see it in person. My camera makes the whole picture too bright. This would be a great easy and fast
pattern to make in any fabric to match any holiday for your decorating. I'm seeing Christmas fabrics........and Valentine's...........Easter............patriotic doesn't end! Fun!


Quilt Hollow said...

Oh how fun to see you scored on a little Jack! Wouldn't they also be so cute in a bathroom is a nightlight for Fall guest? I just think they are stinkin cute and the price...can't beat that!

Dawn said...

Very cute! May have to see what I find at Lowe's this weekend. Sweet quilt too!
Thanks for sharing.

Maureen said...

Jack looks great on that beautiful quilt. Such rich fabrics. Did you quilt it with gold thread?

A Quilter Awakens said...

Gorgeous little quilt! Karmen

Karen said...

That Mary stirs up trouble, doesn't she. A good buy for sure. In our warm & humid climate, this is the kind of pumpkin I need. Real ones only last a couple days.

Lee Prairie Designs said...

Cute Jack!

Lovely quilt :)