A Quilt for Katie

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I thought I would show you all a quilt the girls made for Katie. They did everything including heming it on the machine. I thought they did a really good job. I just finished crocheting an afgan for her but we forgot to take a picture of it. I’ll try to get one next time we go down.

Today has been rainy and overcast here. The air has become chillier as the day progressed. Not much else going on here. We did school and then Hubby and I went in to town to get some chicken feed. They have been doing really well with their laying. I had sold enough eggs to pay for the feed except for $2.00. I thought that was pretty good.

Supper tonight is deer tenderloin, gravy, corn, biscuits and plum jelly. YUM! Here are a few fall shots we took the other day.

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This one is the field behind our house.

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Enjoy your day and God bless.

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5 thoughts on “A Quilt for Katie

  1. The girls did a wonderful job on the quilt. It is beautiful. Your fall colors are wonderful. We don’t get the colors around here as much.

    Your supper sounds really yummy. I am glad that you were able to sell eggs to cover most of the cost of the feed. Have a wonderful evening with your family.

    ~Cheryl

  2. Hi Donna… Love the beautiful quilt.. Your girls are very talented.. It must be so nice to have laying hens.. We used to many years ago but not now…
    Our leaves are slowly turning.. We have only had a couple of frosts as we are experiencing Indian Summer here..
    God bless…

  3. That is a beautiful quilt!

    Thanks for the link for the *chicken stock.* I’ll have to try it out next week. I’d like to get enough put up to use for soups and casseroles.

    I’m not sure what was happening with the comment section on my blog. It does seem to have a mind of its own at times though ;- )

    Have a wonderful Wednesday!

    Amanda
    Matthew 6:33

  4. I love love love the quilt! They did a great job! Your supper sounds yum! I love deer tenderloin w/ gravy and biscuits. We have that here sometimes but growing up we had it at least once a week. My daddy is a gong-ho hunter and our main meat in our home was deer. He calls my momma’s biscuits “catheads”..lol 🙂 Your Fall pictures are beautiful! Hope you have a great day there.
    Cary Ann

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