Saturday, August 7, 2010

Pumpkin Patch Finishes, Fun With Friends, and A Surprise Visit!


I've been working on a few pumpkins nothing like thinking of fall on a hot summer day!



Spent my Saturday at Country Collections in Moore, Oklahoma! Always lots of fun especially since Pati had her sweet lil' Emma for a little while. Such a cutie pie!












I made it home with a few new projects I can hardly wait to start! Hope your enjoying your weekend!

Happy Trails...Ginger

11 comments:

Jacque. said...

Wow...look at you...getting all ready for fall. I cannot even think past this day most of the time. {grin} Everything looks great!

moosecraft said...

Emma is such a sweetie! Great pictures of Country Collections too! The (looks like) homespun quilt top is so lovely! Did you manage to sneak that out of the shop? LOL! Looking forward to seeing the projects you did bring home... I hope to start making pumpkins to day too...

Karen said...

love your pumpkins!

Joanne said...

That would be a whole patch of pumpkins! Wowzer! Too cute! Great photo's of your hook-in - looks like fun. Emma is so cute!

Farm Girl said...

Love all of your cute fall pillows and thing, wow you have been busy.
How neat to have a shop like that. I have been so many places here and no wool. I guess it is something that has not make it to California.
That just looks like a fun place to be.

~Judy~ said...

Ginger, I'm loving all those pumpkin pillow!!! They're wonderful.
Have a great week.

Judy

WoolenSails said...

Wonderful pumpkin pieces.
That shop looks like a wonderful place to spend the day, lots of goodies.

Debbie

Cathy said...

Ginger ~
I ♥LOVE♥ your pumpkins! They are so inspiring, yes, Fall is coming!! lol!
Looks like you had a fun day at the shop:)
Try and keep cool in this heat.
Hugz,
Cathy♥♥

Mindy said...

Love your pumpkins!

Cotton Eyed Jo said...

Gurlfriend, you have magical hands, and must never sleep! Love those punkins, and great to see a picture of Pati Jane holding Emma. :)

Taryn said...

That looks like a wonderful shop. I live very far from Oklahoma but if I ever get there I'll definitely add that shop to my trip.