Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Ok I guess this must be getting boring now

Sorry about this people

More hearts..............

This selection of brights on black awaiting sandwiching

And this selection of colours on sand already quilted and now needing trimming and binding
I'm still stitching away - not tired of them yet - but you must all be heartily sick of the sight of them (pardon the pun!)
So to move away from hearts here are a couple of shots to prove that spring is really on the way
The perennial cornflower is showing its frothy blue fronds
And the clematis montana is in full blushing bloom on the front fence
Maybe Spring is finally on its way

22 comments:

Jodie said...

I am not sick of them at all, quite enjoying seeing the different colourways you come up with.
Jodie
BTW I think they are all great, but am really taken with the black backgrounds

May Britt said...

We are not bored with the hearts. Spring is coming in norway too now. Have had some wonderful sunny days.

Sew Create It - Jane said...

I'm not bored of seeing them...I love seeing how different they can all look depending on the different colours and fabrics!

Clare said...

Definitely not bored. I love the black and purple one. I'm about to have another rummage in the bins for you.

I thought Spring had arrived, but it's horrible today - wet, cold and miz. Confined to barracks with 2 teenagers who are alternating their time between the DVD and the internet!

miniaturequilter said...

The hearts on black really do stand out, not getting tired of them either!

Karol-Ann said...

Well it looks like we'd all be 'heart'broken if you stopped :-)

Knot Garden said...

Hearts are never boring! It's interesting to see all the different colour schemes you have used.
It's nice to see the photo of the clematis Montana. I use to have a huge one (should have cut it back)at a house I lived in years ago, and it was always a mass of flowers in spring.

Andrea said...

Not at all boring - It's lovely to see all the different colourways.

Stacy A. said...

Anne, we get to look at them while you have to applique each one...so if your not tired yet, then we have a ways to go :) I would love to take a lesson from you, I still take forever on mine. I love seeing all the different versions, and that black is stunning. Love Stacy

jovaliquilts said...

Love the brights on black especially! And who was the lucky person who got to name flowers? I love those names: cornflower, clematis. And so pretty to look at!

Kim said...

Ohh...my heart yearns to see flowers in bloom in my garden. Thanks for sharing, hearts and all!

Sweet P said...

I'm not sick of the hearts. They are all gorgeous quilts.

Colleen formerly of South Africa said...

NOt tired at all of looking at the pics of your pretty quilts.

Hedgehog said...

Not sick of them, either!!

Juliann in WA said...

Those heart quilts are all so pretty and fresh looking.

Sal said...

I love the clematis.I am itching to get going in my garden!
Love the hearts too ;-)Sal

andsewitis Holly said...

Not sick of them at all. I make multiples of things when they are a joy to make, too.

loulee1 said...

Nope not boring. It's amazing to see just how many variations can come from one single design

Libby said...

The hearts are not old at all . . . I would love to see just how many variations you come up with *s*

Shelina said...

I'm not tired of looking at the hearts either. They are an excellent study of different color combinations, so I can choose my preferences without doing any work myself. I especially like the blue on sand, seconded by the red on sand. Seeing as I haven't really worked with sandy colors, I think I'm going to have to add them to my shopping list!
Our clematis is just starting to green. Not anywhere near the flower stage yet!

Helen in the UK said...

The little heart quilts are just darling. Love all the different colourways you have come up with :)

julieQ said...

Love your little heartie-heartie quilts! I am glad you are seeing a little sunshine coming your way.