Fall is such a fab time of year! The sun still shines most days, but the cooler weather is a warm welcome!
As I came home from a quilting retreat last Thursday evening. My friend, Jill and I noticed that the leaves in Spanish Fork canyon had started to change color. There were pops of orange and red everywhere.
Just two days earlier, on our way to the retreat we saw no sign of color. How quickly things can change.
So it is with my décor. For now it’s Fall, but in just a couple of weeks it will be Halloween. From there you know the rest of the story. Seems like it’s just one Holiday after another. How quickly time flies! Especially when you’re having fun.
Thought I would share a bit of my festive Fall before, just like the leaves; it quickly disappears.
I love doing stitchery. I made this one last year. It was so fun! The leaves are tiny pieces of fabric.
At my house, if it’s a table or has a top ; it’s getting decorated.
The Sunflower table scarf once belonged to my Aunt Viola. She lived close to our grade school. My sisters and I would stop by after school for her wonderful custard and rice pudding. I loved her, and cherish this treasure!
Fall is the perfect time to pull out snuggly quilts.
I love the pops of chenille in this one called ‘Pumpkins Gone Wild’
This one is called, ‘Pioneer Picnic’
I just made a new sunflower quilt at the retreat. Can’t wait until it’s quilted!
I added a couple of vintage books to bring out a bit more blue and orange.
My giant rustic acorn seems to be quite content nestled among the leaf, berry, and mini pumpkin garland.
The owl candle holder is a new purchase. Had to have him, he’s such a ‘HOOT’!
Happy Fall Y’all!
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