It's just about Thanksgiving here in Canada.
In fact, the holiday is on Monday.
We will have dinner on Saturday this year.
I chose my flow blue china again. It's one of my favourites
Some simple fall decor.
There is an old platter and ironstone pitcher which holds
my favourite faux sunflowers.
Vintage cutlery, linen napkins and salt and pepper set round
out the tableware.
I chose this yellow apple for it's colour. It is a Ginger Gold.
Have you ever had one?
I hadn't until this year and I can tell you that they are delicious!
They are similar to a Golden Delicious but sweeter and softer.
It's my new favourite.
And sadly, they are all gone from the orchard.
I love these colours don't you?
I placed an old quilt upside down on the table then layered
my newer runner on top. Hand stitching vs. machine.
I like that we celebrate Thanksgiving early here in Canada
as we have all the beautiful colours of fall to decorate with.
It's also not so rushed having it just before December
and the very busy Christmas season. We have almost
two months to relax before the big rush of Christmas.
I would like to wish all my Canadian friends a wonderfully
blessed Thanksgiving holiday.
I am linking with Tablescape Thursday
at Between Naps on the Porch.
If you've never visited Susan's weekly party you should pop
on over and see her beautiful table scapes on her porch.
She does an amazing job.