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Sunday, October 31, 2010

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!


Gosh....Fall is such a hectic, busy, scattered, and wonderful time of year!!! I must slow down, and take time to smell the pumpkins!! Shows, shopping, slow cooker suppers.....all signs of the changing of the seasons. I have been on many outings to take pics of the wonderful colors here in the mountains and the foothills, and hope to post some of those soon. One show down, two to go. Many new creations, many new patterns, too!! Hope everyone is enjoying this time of year, and I do hope all of you have a safe Halloween!!! This picture is from the wonderful yard of a nearby resident that always goes to the full extent for their everchanging Halloween displays!! Enjoy!!

5 comments:

mermaid said...

Hi, how can I get a copy of the crow pattern that i sawn in Prims???? Love your site. I am also not very computer suavey would rather be creating!!!!

Trudy Honeycutt ~ Folk Artist said...

Hi!! Email me about the crow pattern, and I'll tell you where to find that one!! I'm not sure which crow you might be referring to!! Thank you for your kind words, and I'm glad you liked the magazine!! PRIMS is perfect!!!! Blessings, Trudy

Trudy Honeycutt ~ Folk Artist said...

Hi!! Email me about the crow pattern, and I'll tell you where to find that one!! I'm not sure which crow you might be referring to!! Thank you for your kind words, and I'm glad you liked the magazine!! PRIMS is perfect!!!! Blessings, Trudy

Cathy said...

Hi Trudy. It is lovely to be back to blogging and reading blogs again. I seem to have been away years, not two months. I cannot believe time has passed so quickly that Christmas is only a month away...scary. We are having snow over here. I expect you are probably the same over there. Our autumn came and went in a flash of orange and brown and gales and rain. Have a great week.

Trudy Honeycutt ~ Folk Artist said...

Thanks for visiting, ladies, and thank you for the nice comments about PRIMS, too!! The Ulysses crow belongs to Soft in the Head, though. That one is not mine. The article talks about Pam as well!!

Cathy, we have not had snow yet here at 6,000 feet, although the ski areas are being covered up with tons of snow!!