Despite some cold days, we have had a beautiful fall season this year here in the Hudson Valley. Floyd and I took Heidi to the Walkway over the Hudson last week. If you ever get the chance to visit this park don't miss it. It is a stunning walk, with amazing views up and down the Hudson River.
We watched this tug boat push a barge heading south.
Even though it was a garbage barge, it sure looked pretty!
Remember the big tree that I wanted to take a photo of every season? Well I missed spring and summer, but I ran over there the other day and got late fall.
It was late in the day so they are a little dark. The tree had already gone brown and lost a lot of leaves. I will have to try again next year.
The ridge is now brown and emptying of leaves quickly.
I can see little clumps of bittersweet on my walk with Heidi.
I'm taking advantage of all the local apples and making lots of homemade applesauce.
After some time on the stove it turns into this yummy treat.
I have been changing over to Superior thread, my rainbow is growing! It sews up so nicely.
I'm trying to finish up some things that have been in the works for a long time to make way for some new projects. I love binding.
It's going to live here when I get this quilted.
Look at this lovely stack of 5" charm squares. There is a plan for them.
Remember all the men and women, past and present, serving in our military. Thank you for your sacrifice!
What's everyone up to this week?
My name is Kristin McLoughlin. I love to quilt for my family and friends. I am a blanket addict. Please feel free to contact me. Thanks for stopping by!