Friday, November 7, 2014

Stash...and night photos.........

This is the rest of the Keiko Goke fabric in my stash.  I started collecting it at least 5 years ago.  I need to make another quilt besides the TAW with it too.  



This is a soft night shot of the pink and white blooms.  They are so pretty.







It is hard to get a night shot out the kitchen window but I think you can see the opossum next to the tree.  He nestled down into the leaves around it and sat there for quite awhile.  Usually when the motion sensor light comes on he runs away. 

13 comments:

B Hunter said...

Not sure I'd want to stumble across one...in the dark. But nice to see from the kitchen window. He must be getting used to being in the spot light!

Linda Swanekamp said...

I have never seen that line of fabric. It is unique. Great colors and designs. It is amazing what fabric is out there and yet fabric stores carry all the same old things. I could not absorb all the fabric lines I saw in Houston, they just became a blur. It is either feast or famine I guess.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

years ago when we had outside cats I would put the food bowl on the porch for them - I had to start to remember to bring the food in at night or I would have possum's on the porch eating the food - they have big sharp teeth but are slow moving and dumb - I could swat at them with the broom and they would move slowly away from the house like they didn't have a care in the world.

Gene Black said...

I really enjoy seeing a broader view of the Keiko Goke fabrics. It is quite striking.

Sylvia Anderson said...

Wanda, the fabrics are beautiful, the flowers gorgeous, but I can't say the same for your night visitor.

Quiltdivajulie said...

I have seen only a few Keiko Goke pieces in person - that photo of your stashed fabrics is some serious eye candy!

Love that soft flower photo, too.

Anonymous said...

We get lots of wildlife in our yard - deer, raccoons, turkeys, woodchucks, rabbits, etc. But many years ago I was puzzled by one set of tracks in the snow. Little footprints but with a line running along in the middle of the tracks. Finally figured it out. It was an opossum and the line was his tail dragging in the snow. They are quite cute.

deb

Roxanne said...

Nice to again see more Keiko Goke fabric. So full of energy and interesting color. What size were the strips you cut for the Goke strata?

Needled Mom said...

Those fabrics are wonderful.

I love the shot of the cactus - such pretty colors.

Nice shot of the critter too.

em's scrapbag said...

The keiko Goke fabrics are vibrant and fun.

ES said...

I've got a Christmas cactus on my Christmas list this year :)

CapitolaQuilter said...

I always look forward to seeing your christmas cactus blooms each season. pretty as always.

Jeri Niksich said...

Everyday I look forward to seeing what you have done so far and your beautiful fabrics and everyday I am envious of you blooms on your cactus, still nothing on mine although it's getting longer but no sight of a bloom at all.
Jeri oldtisme@aol.com