Work in Progress–Free Motion Quilted Apples on a Tablerunner

Free Motion Quilted Apples

 

Jonathan, Gala, Honeycrisp, McIntosh, Cortland, Northern Spy, Crispin, Pink Lady, Granny Smith…What’s your favorite?

Free Motion Quilted Apples

 

Then there’s pie, pancakes, pandowdy, crumble, crisp, dumplings, strudel, brown betty…Can you even chose a favorite?

Free Motion Quilted Apples

 

At this time of year, an apple a day hardly seems sufficient!

Free Motion Quilted Apples

 

Free Motion Quilted Apples

I can’t wait to finish this little table runner…so it’s ready to host a bowl full of apples!

Free Motion Quilted Apples

Are there any apple quilts in your basket?

17 thoughts on “Work in Progress–Free Motion Quilted Apples on a Tablerunner

      • I hope you can find it. I know it’s a northern apple–I’m in upstate New York and one farm grows them and I’ve gotten them in Canada. It’s also a late-season apple, ussualy picked in late October. But so good!

  1. Wow, simply beautiful. Thank you for your continued inspiration.
    I will be in Minneapolis the weekend of Oct 11th and 12th. I am hoping your are available to have lunch on Saturday. Let me know
    Warmest regards,
    Patti

  2. These apples are amazing, I love them!
    I really like this month’s back-to-school blog header. I heard somewhere that some schools no longer teach cursive handwriting to students. That’s kind-of sad, a school time right of passage going by the way side. Oh well, progress happens.
    Have a great day.
    Always, Queenie

    • I also heard they aren’t teaching handwriting! I’m not sure if that’s progress. What will they do when they have to write a Thank you note? I maybe old fashioned but there’s nothing worse than a text message thank you!

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