Saturday, June 03, 2006

Everything in my house has that dark green/khaki look to it. Maybe because of the open concept it just kind of flows that way. With so much snow, I know I just want to see color. Here is a thimbleberries quilt. The pattern didn’t do it justice. In fact I got it on clearance, but I had seen it made up in a quilt shop in Green Bay. Others agree, they bought the pattern after I brought mine to quilt club one week. It was originally a Christmas quilt, Holy Hill town, but I left the Holly off, because I wanted to use it anytime. My favorite part is the picket fence.

I’m home all day. I’m having coffee (in my favorite cup) There is a list a mile long of things to do, but I don’t care – because I get to do them at home.

1. My 18 year old son still hugs me in the morning.
2. Birds singing outside.
3. Believe or not—having a house of my own to clean.
4. Steak and shrimp last night for supper… Don cooked.

Until tomorrow---Live up today….


KCQuilter said...

Ohmigosh, that is a beauty! I love that color scheme too.

Finn said...

I really, really like your revised pattern Melanie!! Much better this way...and defintely a year round treasure...*VBS*

I use a lot of dark green in my home also, and in my life...LOL. Just seems to be a connection point for me.

It's exciting to be seeing your quilts as you bring them out to show us. Glad you are here in Blogland! Hugs, Finn

anne bebbington said...

Very nice - here in England that speaks traditional America to me :o)

Jeanne said...

I'm a green person, too!
The village is great -- and I bet you have pines like that where you live.
Jeanne :)