Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Carmen's Challenge Quilt

I finally finished Carmen's quilt for this years challenge. Her theme was Ecclesiastes 3:1, " There is a time for everything and a season for every purpose under heaven." The name of my quilt is "Letting Go" I thought it was appropriate with Kara going off to college.
Here's a closeup of the piece.

Ok, Can anyone tell me why I keep getting parts of my text that is underlined. I don't know how to get rid of the underlining and as I typed, it just stopped. I don't know what I did but it started back up under the second picture and stopped again. Again I don't know what made it stop.

Kara is now at Houghton College. She and I had a good 10 hour drive out there. I took 2 days driving home and had a sort of vacation for myself. Although it does seem strange without her here at home, I think we are adjusting. We bought a webcam so we can talk to her on the computer. Alex started his freshman year in high school and is really surprising us so far. He seems to be taking on more responsibility for himself this year. We'll see how it keeps going.

We are moving Kara's stuff out of her room and moving Alex into it. It's time Alex has a real room to himself and not just the loft. We are planning on painting the loft once it gets all cleaned out and putting new flooring in it. I'm thinking of a nice green color. It has to be a color that both Kara and I like since the loft will be my workroom and Kara's room when she is home. It will be nice to get all my stuff out of the livingroom.

3 comments:

Melanie said...

Beth, this quilt is AMAZING!Truly beautiful! It is so perfect for the verse you are using! What an awesome image for this season of life! I love it!! :)

kara.mastin13 said...

Finally went to your blog site. It is completely amazing. This is a different style than what you usually do. Hannah agrees that this is amazing. I hope you keep making wonderful things and keeping me up-to-date. Your quilt style has definitely evolved over the years. Love you lots Mom! :) I couldn't remember my original password and username so I had to create a new one :(

Mary Emma Allen said...

This is just about my favorite of all the quilts you've made over the years. And you've done some amazing work. I'm proud of you. Hugs, Mom