Monday, September 26, 2011

Euphoric Features Monday # 8

Welcome to Monday!

Apparently I'm enjoying my day off a little too much as I'm just now sitting down to do this post. So it's a little late, I apologize. But I am just having way too many things to do before I sat down. ( diet coke...say hello to the hubster...ya know the shtuffs)

So we had over 25 linkups this weekend! I was so flippin happy! I sat and drooled at each one of your links for about a half an hour. HONEST! There are so many great ideas out there. I think though that I'm just enjoying my fall weather a little too much because the fall ideas just jumped out at me. So without further are the projects I'm loving this week!

X Marks the Spot Quilt by Describe Happy
Makes me want to reach for my book and a cup of hot tea!

As a quilter I just adore all different kinds of quilts, and this one is AWESOME!

This AccuFall Runner by Quilting By the River caught my eye

I love all things fall, and all things quilted, so these two dovetailed together perfectly! I love how the pinwheels are a tad poofier than the rest of it! So cute!!!

And finally these Hanging Glitter Leaves by Homemaker in Heels are fantastic!

She must have been on my same wavelength because I made felt leaves and made them "fall" in my living room too! These are just so much sparklier!

Help yourself to a button if you've been featured today!
It's all about the bragging rights!

I'm getting excited because I have a couple of guest bloggers scheduled next week. My very best friend from childhood is coming to stay with me for a few days, so I'm going to turn over my blogging life to these awesome other ladies for a few days. I hope you will be as excited as I am about their posts!

Have a wonderful fall filled week! Enjoy the weather before it gets miserable! :-)

Be Calm, get your quilt on!


Connie said...

Thanks so much for featuring my Fall Runner!
Quilting by the River

Christie, Describe Happy said...

Well hot dog!! Whohoooo! I'm excited that you liked my quilt. They really are a labor of love aren't they! Thanks for the feature!!