Thursday, November 10, 2011

FOR THE LOVE OF COLOR

First of all, thank you all so very much for the love, prayers and understanding you extended to me last week.  I appreciate it more than you know.  

I currently have projects going on in just about every solid surface of this place.  Here's the progress on the art quilt.  Sure am enjoying any chance to pick it up.


Not intending to rub it in, but I am still not used to the weather here.  Back in Indiana we would seriously be buried in leaves right now.  Instead we have flowers just starting to bloom.  I take my camera and coffee out in the morning hoping to get a photo of the hummingbirds.  This morning there were two all up in my space, but they are clearly camera shy and I'm too slow.  Some day.  In the process, look at these colors!!!  I could get real used to this.





   

I seriously don't even know what any of these are.  Well, except for this fruit.  At first I thought it was a lime tree but recently found a little tag that says it's a Valencia orange.  Who knew?  All I can say is I love all this COLOR

6 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Your art quilt is gorgeous, excited to see the rest.

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  2. I talked with Sherry last night and Indy was get snow flurries yesterday. I certainly feel spoiled by the weather here. I love having flowers all year. I got so excited the first time I saw pointsettia's planted in flower beds before Christmas at South Coast Plaza in Orange County. All I could think about was how we had to wrap them and get them home quickly to keep them warm back in Indiana. Enjoy your first southern California fall and winter. Your quilt is beautiful. Happy quilting.

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  3. Thanks Angel and Deana. The colors here make for happy quilts.

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  4. Beautiful quilt! Your colors are already so bright, imagine wattage you'll be adding after all of this inspiration.

    I picked up some summer Soiree today from Bari. Love! I see another quilt or something in my future.

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  5. I love sharing your excitement for SD's climate. I think it would be a wonderful city to live in. Maybe someday. Meanwhile I'll squirrel up in my warm home and let the snow fall. ;)

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  6. Hi! Greetings from Finland! Your quilts are so fantastic! It's so nice to find other quilters all around the world! www.quiltworld2.blogspot.com
    Yours, Ulla

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