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Monday, September 8, 2014

Fall in the Yard and the Next project!

Even though we broke another heat record (90 on Sat.) the yard and garden are beginning to look like Fall-thanks heavens! I think I'll just let the pictures speak for themselves.

 A huge clump of Black-eyed Susans.

 Anemone Margaret

Not sure the name of this aster. It is full of these pretty little flowers!

 Remember "Whiskers." I always use this in my Fall pots.

 I found this little beauty to join Whiskers.

The Parrotia tree is slowly turning.

 The Sweetgum tree.  I love the Fall color of this tree.


The next project.  If you have read my blog, you know that I am not the worlds best finisher.  I tend to frame everything.  I bought his 2 years ago and it is speaking to me.  See the small print"Finishing instructions included."  Wish me luck!!!!!!!
Thanks so much for joining me today.  I really appreciated anyone who takes the time to read this blog! I hope you all have a terrific week!

22 comments:

  1. Good luck! Those are adorable! Love the flowers. 90? Yuck! That's awful!

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  2. Your flowers are beautiful. I love Whiskers!

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  3. You can do it ! Can;t wait to see those cute pumpkins finished :) beautiful flowers ! Love the pansies !

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  4. Good luck, you can do it! Thank you for sharing your lovely photos.

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  5. I always think that pansies are the sweetest of flowers. Good luck with your pumpkins, they look like fun!

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  6. Hope it cools down for you soon.
    Love Whiskers!, so pretty.
    Thanks for sharing pics of your beautiful flowers.
    Your next project looks fun.
    Marilyn

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  7. Beautiful fall flowers! Have fun with your next stitch. :)

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  8. so glad you did not fall in the yard! what pretty flowers!

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  9. Me too! I thought crikey Barb's had a fall!
    Lovely photos and I love your next project:-)

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  10. Your flowers are gorgeous! Good luck with the finishing! I am not a very good finisher either! :-)

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  11. Good luck with the finishing! Even if you don't finish it, just frame it! No problem either way - your stitching always looks fantastic and I wish I lived down the street so I could come for lessons! We went from 27 degrees Sunday to only a high of 13 yesterday. Today is even colder and they had snow in Alberta. Not great for September. I LOVE whiskers! And the color is simply the best! :) Have a happy week!

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  12. Your flowers are beautiful. The pumpkin project looks great!

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  13. Wonderful colours in your garden. We have a lot of Black-eyed Sues and some pink Anemones in our garden, too, and the leaves on the bushes and trees are starting to change their colour. Beautiful signs of fall everywhere.

    Your next project will be so great. I'm sure that you will manage the finishing perfectly.

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  14. Beautiful flowers. A great project to start and I'm sure your finishing will be wonderful.

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  15. Lots of really pretty autumn color Barb. I have the Three Pumpkins chart too - I'll be following your progress and finishing!

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  16. I can't wait to see your pumpkins. My flower containers are ready to be done too. I love those pansies!

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  17. Love all your pictures, but whiskers is my fav.

    Catherine

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  18. Can't wait to see your results!
    Happy Fall

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  19. Beautiful photos
    Chart 44 is going on my wish list, I love the pumpkins

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  20. Lovely photos Barb! It's turning fall here too. I have to tell you, my hubby calls the "black-eyed Susans" "black-eyed moms"...lol everytime he sees them he says that with earnest and I have to correct him each and every time! Your new project looks great and I'm sure the finishing will be fine. Just follow the directions and then follow the flow :D

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  21. Your autumn flowers are so pretty, Barb. We have a large patch of black-eyed Susans, too, that have done really well this year. I wish you luck with the finishing--that would intimidate me, too! The little pumpkins are so cute!

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  22. Oh my! The flowers in your yard are breathtakingly gorgeous. Whiskers with the little group looks adorable too. Good luck with your current project! Thanks for sharing! I hope everyone is having a happy fall.

    Sam Lucas @ Green Collar

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