Saturday, October 31, 2009

Rainy Halloween

Happy Halloween! It is rainy and warm here today. I am heading out to some local church bazaars and craft fairs, and may head in to Jerry's Art-a-rama in Raleigh to see a local artist demonstrate how she uses Lumiere paints on fabric and paper.

I just got an interesting e-mail newsletter about a new free mystery quilt from
Sandra Earle-Russo at Patterns by Sandra. She will change the pattern at the middle of each month, so be sure to download before then. She calls it "Exploring Purple." It has a central medallion, and she is using Kaffe Fassett fabrics. I might actually make this one!
The photos on this page are my grandchildren in various costumes and disguises. This year they are Batman and Batwoman. I think they look a lot happier than when they were dressed in furry monkey outfits. It is usually in the eighties on Halloween where they live. They look like they either had too much candy or were suffering from heat sickness!

Whatever you do, have a great weekend!

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