Sunday, January 9, 2011

Parisville...

As soon as Christmas is over, I'm ready for Spring. Lemons in the fruit bowl, yellow roses in the flower vase and colorful pink, yellow and green quilts on the sofa.

The sewing room is full of Spring colors too. I cut up my bundle of Tula Pink's Parisville using June Bug, a pattern from Thimbleblossoms.
An easy pattern. I had the pieced blocks done in an afternoon. I'm still working on the applique blocks. Nine out of 28 done.

And my wonderful friends gave me a gift certificate from Hawthorn Threads for my birthday. I chose a bunch of "basics" from different lines to compliment my busier prints. I'm currently in love with houndstooth. Yes, this girl's easy to please!

8 comments:

  1. Now you've given ME spring fever! LOL Love the June Bug quilt!

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  2. Perfect pattern for that fabric!! I'm thinking about using my GC on Parisville. Or maybe Central Park. I can't decide!!

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  3. The June bug quilt is Parisville is darling! I like your top quilt too. I am ready for spring. It is snowing here today.

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  4. absolutely a perfect fabric line for that quilt! can't wait to see it all put together!

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  5. What pattern did you use for the first quilt shown? I LOVE it!
    I'm Kami, by the way and I'm enjoying your blog!

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  6. I agree...I'm so ready for spring fabrics in January! I love your Parisville quilt...such a fun pattern by Camille. I'm also wondering about the first pattern...is it a Heather Mulder Peterson pattern? I love the top quilt, too!

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  7. Wow I really love your top quilt, just gorgeous, I love Verna :)

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  8. I too would love to know what the pattern of the first quilt is. I love it!

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