Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Cobwebs and Cowboys

Karen made this cute little table runner, too.



I don't know why I never think of making anything smaller.  I think I will make a few.  It's seems to me many things I make tend to be over big, over quilted, over thought (I'm sure that's not proper grammar).  Why, oh, why, can't I make simple and small?  Table runners or dresser runners would make great gifts, too, don't you think?  

While I was out and about driving home from my daughter's home, I spied some working cowboys.  Unfortunately, I didn't have my nice camera with zoom, but I snapped these with my iPhone 5. It's nice to know that not all cattle are rounded up by helicopter. 

The day was dreary, and the view long, but thought I would share anyway.  Have a great day, and thanks so much for checking in!  If I don't already follow your blog, please send me the link!


3 comments:

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Love your Halloween quilt....gorgeous.

Monica Nauert said...

I love the spider web quilting! Spiders and spider webs embroidered or quilted into quilts were considered good luck for the recipient of the quilt. This is why you will find them hiding in antique quilts, and Victorian era crazy quilts.

Monica Nauert said...

I love the spider web quilting! Spiders and spider webs embroidered or quilted into quilts were considered good luck for the recipient of the quilt. This is why you will find them hiding in antique quilts, and Victorian era crazy quilts.

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