{Moon Pies, Sweet Rolls, and Tuscany}

we’ve only had the blog for a year and half…

and i just figured out how to change the font size.

it is that cute little pop down menu on the tool bar that says format.

so getting on with things…summer is winding down to a close…EXCITEMENT ***bubbles*** my favorite season is waiting around the corner.  i love the fall colors, changing leaves, glistening frost, rustling corn, farmers working their fields late into the night, and fresh fall produce pumpkins, gourds, and squash.

we gave our “porch” and windowed wall a little make over…check out Sonata below.

mom finished up Moon Over Tuscany using 3 Sisters’ fall collection, Luna Notte.  it’s an elegant mix of black, red, pink, grey, acqua (yes, that is how it is spelled on the invoice), and buttermilk.  it is reminiscent of our Lisbon pattern, which uses Portugal by April Cornell.  our new version uses a chenille as the setting triangles.  they are subtle but give it a little texture.  the quilt ends up square, but lovely nevertheless.  the leftover rectangles make up the Moon Pie throw pillow.

these are the kits ready to be tied, tagged, and displayed.
and these rolled beauties are our sweet rolls for the Sweet Treat Bag
(back center). Fabrics from front and then clockwise:  Quilt MN, Aviary,
Millicent, Kansas Winter, Crazy 8, Nostalgia, Hello Betty Retro.

That’s all for now!  Don’t forget to check out the above tab “Sweet BEE Retreat” for all information regarding the fall retreat.  if you have any questions feel free to give us a call…320.243.4436.

have an excellent evening…hope to see you around the shoppe in the upcoming weeks…

happy quilting!   april  {sweetwater}


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