Wednesday, October 23, 2013

A little of this and that...and Tammy Bag giveaway

I think today is the last day to check in for...
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My finish for October is a tumbler quilt.
The backing is finally pieced for the lilac and green tumbler quilt.
It is going on the frame tomorrow,  and I'm sure
I will still get it quilted and bound before the end of October.
I'll show you a picture when it is loaded on the frame...
hold me to it!!

On Saturday we made our last batch of pasta sauce...
We harvested the last of the peppers and tomatoes...
we were surprised as to how many were still on the plants...
lots of sweet peppers and grape tomatoes.
For me...it is always sad to see the end of a growing season.

When we woke up on Tuesday morning...it was 59 in the house, 
a wee bit chilly I'd say...yes it was cold enough
that we finally put the furnace on.
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Remember to check out all the Spooktacular inspiration
on the Wicked Blog Hop...please visit today's crafty ladies.

Wednesday, October 23rd


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I have a giveaway for the month of October, since
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
I am giving away a Tammy Bag
made with Ribbons of Hope fabric. 


I will randomly pick a winner from comments posted to my blog
during the month of October.
The winner will be picked on October 31st.

till next time
Happy stitching








29 comments:

gpc said...

What a beautiful harvest! I will miss having fresh local veggies, sigh. Your bag is lovely, and such a generous giveaway! :)

Christine M said...

That is a lovely display of your home product Pauline. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Phyllis said...

Such a lovely bag. I am always drawn to anything pertaining breast cancer awareness since I am a recent survivor. Thanks for the chance!

barbara woods said...

lovely bag, thanks for the chance. great bloghop

Marion.einzig.art.ich said...

Schöner Blog und tolle Fotos. Da versuche ich gerne mein Glück

Liebe Grüße aus Deutschland
Marion

Bettina Groh said...

I can think of a bazillion ways to use your bag... so please enter me in the giveaway!! I'm still jealous about those luscious veggies. Maybe next year I'll pay for a plot in our city's garden area... not much grows in my backyard, we have TOO many trees and little sunlight!

Bonnie Pfrimmer said...

Nice vegetables!! Its fun to grow your own food, it makes you feel good about yourself. Like the Tammy bag, please put me in the drawing to win it. Thank you.

Lesley said...

Your produce looks so luscious! The colours look like a quilt! Thank you for the chance...such a generous giveaway!

Joyce Carter said...

I really like the fabrics that you used in the Tammy bag. I haven't seen this before. It is so pretty. Thank you for the chance to win.

Donna~~ said...

Your veggies are pretty enough to inspire a quilt with those colors! I'm impressed by anyone who cans-- Kudos to you!

Joyce said...

What a delicious looking blog post! and beautiful bag!

Vicki H said...

I love the display of your veggies, you have a lot of sauce to make. Yummy..

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

You have been busy with all those veggies--will be so enjoyed this winter

annie said...

would love to have some of those veggies, purs have been gone about a month now!

The Patch Craft said...

What a great bag. What a bumper crop of veg's

MoeWest said...

I'm always a little sad when gardening season is over. I love eating fresh veggies from my garden. The Tammy bag is very pretty.

Janarama said...

Your vegetables and pasta sauce look soooooooooo good. Love the colors you used to make the Tammy bag. Thank you for the chance to win. Your pictures are great!

Suze said...

As you post proves - homemade is best - food and sewing. The bag is a dream for a breast cancer survivor - or not. I have acquired more pink thinks in the last ten years since being diagnosed with breast cancer. I still think about it every day when I take my anti-estrogen medication. Thanks for your generosity.

Heleen Groot said...

You had a great harvest! It is the time of abundance in your garden! I can understand the sad feeling..... but remember that it will start again next year! I am loving the hop so far....and there is still more to come! YAY!

Gill said...

All those fabulous colours - it's been such a great year for fruit and vegetables !!

Wivi said...

I love the Tammy Bag and hope it will find its way to my home.

Karen said...

Your garden has been so productive and you have been very good with all the preserving too. Definitely turned to get the furnace up and running with those temps!

JD said...

I love your Tammy Bag. I follow you and enjoy everything you put up.

Tina said...

Oh my goodness! Your harvest is just beautiful! You guys are amazing growers!!

Britt-Inger said...

I love your harvest pictures Thanks for sharing

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

We had to finally turn on our heater last week. I resisted as long as I could, but, it's been 27 degrees or so every night this week. We even had snow flurries earlier this week. TOO EARLY!

Judy1522 said...

Your fresh vegetables and pasta sauce look delicious! I am hoping next year to have a garden that grows as well as yours.

Birgitte aka Bietje said...

What a super picture with the harvest. I adore the colours. They are my favorite.

shawn said...

Love the tammy bag, that sure is a lot of vege's.
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