Welcome, October!

It’s hard to believe we have made it through Spring & Summer and now heading straight into Fall.  There have been years we lived in other locations that didn’t really have all four seasons, but I love seeing the seasons change. With each Season, I think I love it best!  Although, personally, I’m not fond of changes in my life, the changes the Seasons bring are great!

Our leaves haven’t started changing yet, but I’m looking forward to the Fall Colors of yellow, gold, red and more!  Another thing that I look forward to in October is the Annual Autumn Jubilee over at Carole’s Blog – From My Carolina Home.

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From My Carolina Home’s Blog

This is the third year that Carole will be sharing with her readers a number of fall themed projects – free patterns for a quilt along, stitch along and sew alongs, plus posts about gardening, cooking, tablescapes, cardmaking and more with giveaways all month.  It all starts today!

I’m recovering from a total knee replacement (can you hear me holler – OUCH!!), so I may not be able to participate as much this year.  I will definitely be following her blog and hope you will pop over and see what she has in store for us this year.

Do the seasons change where you live?  If so, what is your favorite season??

Hope you get some stitching done this week.

Happy Stitching & Moving!

Quilt Mouse

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About Quiltmouse

I am retired. I love to quilt. I make charity quilts as well as quilts for my friends & family.
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4 Responses to Welcome, October!

  1. paulabquilts says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. It’s my first time with One Monthly Goal and I’m excited about it. I sure do need the incentive. I pray that your surgery and recovery willpower well. Take care.

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  2. Hope you heal quickly.

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  3. trkingmomoe says:

    I hope you have a speedy recovery. I have been lucky so far and have avoided a knee replacement. I will be thinking about you while you suffer through therapy.

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  4. Thank you for mentioning Autumn Jubilee! We are going to have a blast this year! Maybe I’ll get you into hand work with the wool stitch along while you recuperate. I hope your recovery goes well.

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