Point of Interest #2, 1-14-24

22 thoughts on “Point of Interest #2, 1-14-24

  1. Sandy

    Hi Mary, is that Hazel with a friend? I am so jealous of Sue’s sewing room.l work in an area 5x5feet and almost every shelf in my living room is full of fabric, but l am happy in my space. Some of the rooms are beautiful , blue is a favorite colour.Take care everyone, best wishes from Sandy

  2. Barbara Yarnell

    Great quilts! And that porch is just wonderful. Such a talented decorator to pull it together so nicely!

  3. Vicki Ibarra

    Wonderful new sewing room. All the possibilities and the space to spread out a bit. The porch looks to be a special haven.

  4. Linda in MI

    Great pictures but the very neat summer room and the photo with green grass is just rubbing in how nasty it is here! Love the little gunnie pigs, my boys had one just like the orange and white one, of course he was more mine because guess who took care of him. His name was Huebert and I cried my eyes out the day he passed. Ok, on to next surprise treat of pics.

    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Linda in MI – Bea found that little Guinea pig in a DUMPSTER! She saved his life and says he’s as personable as a dog.

  5. Kim from Wi

    Lucky you and what a wonderful new space you have. Enjoyed the pictures of your space.

  6. Jeanine from Iowa

    Sue in Marion – You are going to love your new quilting room. It is a beauty. I have a brother and sister-in-law in Marion. Her name is Twana, and just wondered if you have ever met her. She quilts, and she was working at Joanns part time. Enjoyed ALL the pictures.

  7. Sandi

    Again I’m enjoying all the pictures. The floor in the new sewing room is the same color that’s in my house. The sewing room is going to be fun to decorate! The little one in the first photo is a cutie! Hugs,

  8. Patricia

    I always enjoy the pictures. One adorable young girl. Wonder if she’s wearing a hand made item. Cute Guinea pigs. I bet they’re fun pets. The quilts are great and that empty sewing space-wow. Oh the possibilities. Hope you are surviving the nasty cold in Iowa. It’s snowing here in Maryland which is an amazing event as we haven’t had any in several years. We might even have to shovel. Have a great day! Pat

  9. Deb

    I’d love to know the name of the ombre diamond quilt. Can anyone help with that? Thanks!

    1. Diane, Squeak, and Buddy in Central Ohio

      And, I’d love to know where you found/bought the stand underneath the stunning quilt. I love both!

    2. Betty Klosterman

      I have that pattern that I tore out of the quilting magazine by Mary Ann Fons (by the daughter). I don’t know if it was every printed as a for sale pattern. Always wanted to make it. Don’t know if there is a copyrite problem with it. Betty in Rapid City

    3. Betty Klosterman

      You are going to be shocked when you see how simple that”diamond” quilt. Each block is made out of 15 2 1/2″ squares and 5 flying geese. And I’ve been wanting to make it for years. I didn’t have the fabrics to make each block out of different shades of the same color.
      The pattern was published in the May/June 2014 issue of “Quilty.” The name is “Geese Migration and Fly Right” by Cynthia Brunz.
      Betty in Rapid City

      1. Deb

        I am shocked! It isn’t diamonds at all, just nice big squares. Thank you so much! If I can’t find the pattern I think I can do it myself. My granddaughter wants a sunset ombre quilt for graduation and I think this is the perfect pattern for her. I really appreciate your help, Betty! ❤️

  10. Charlotte S in No. California

    Sue, I love your new sewing room. You will have to send a picture when everything is moved in. I have a tiny sewing room that is packed. And I love that beautiful porch and all the lovely quilts.

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