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Saturday, August 14, 2010

Moving furniture

I spent a large portion of the day straightening the studio and moving the furniture around.  It is still a mess so no pictures.
Here are the rest of the fabrics that I cut for the Winding Ways quilt.  They are all cut and ready for me to pick up next Thursday.
The Penstemon flower stalks are tall this year too.  I guess all of the plants are reaching for the sun.  Rose of Sharon is growing in the same flower bed.

6 comments:

Jackie said...

Hmmm... I really need to straighten up my studio too. Thanks for the reminder. Those are beautiful flowers. I don't think I have ever seen them before.

Mary said...

Love those fabrics - they will make gorgeous winding ways.

Dora, the Quilter said...

Fabrics are wonderful.
Your penstemons are even more wonderful. They are considered wildflowers here in the Southwest, bloom for about a week in late May or June, and I've never had any luck at all growing them from seed or transplanting--and have been trying for over 15 years! I love them, but as a Midwesterner, I had never heard of them. I am so happy for you that yours are so happy in your garden!

Needled Mom said...

Love those fabric choices. One of my upcoming "thoughts" is to use my Balis in a scrap quilt. I have so many of them.

What a wonderful year for your flowers. We are suppose to finally get three days of temps in the high 70s and we are sooooooo excited. I hope our flowers will enjoy it too.

Anonymous said...

I am having trouble imagining a mess in your studio. If you think it is a mess I'm sure it is an organized mess.☺

I can just visualize Winding Ways with those fabrics, am looking forward to this one.

Pink and green photo of Penstemon and Rose of Sharon, is as luscious as your fabrics above.

J~MT

Meggie said...

Fasbric therapy, for me to look at.
Love those Penstemon, I dont know that I have ever seen them here.