Saturday, July 08, 2006

Quaker Garden Day 2


Maybe I should have said I have the will power of an amoeba - fleas can be stubborn can't they, but I don't think an amoeba has much will power at all! LOL!

I played with this photo in photoshop to get a better colour of the fabric for you. Thanks for the comments on the fabric smell - good to know it's not just mine!

13 comments:

  1. I just commented on Karen's one ... and will say the same for yours - LOVELY!

    BTW - thanks for the link to the photos - I played around yesterday, completely copying your idea of changing the top picture - and it worked! so thank you :)

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  2. It looks beautiful Nicki.

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  3. Looks super, Nicki! The colors are so pretty!

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  4. Wow, you're really moving along there! You go girl!!! :o)

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  5. Oh, your Quaker garden is stunning! I am green with envy as I passed up this pattern and now I can not find it ANYWHERE!!!

    Living vicariously through your lovely work!

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  6. looking great...
    the colours are glorious as is the stitching...

    maybe you have the will power of a fudgey in a chocolate shop...
    that would work

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  7. You're making great progress on QG - I better get moving!

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  8. Gorgeous Nicki - it's coming along really well :)

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  9. Its looking fabulous Nicki!!! :o)

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  10. Phewy to willpower! Your piece is lovely. I personally love the smell of R&R fabrics - part of the appeal for me but maybe I'm wierd. I don't know if airing it outside would make a difference - in the shade of course as they're not colorfast.

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  11. Great progress! I had a hard time photographing the fabric of QG too - so pretty in person, but almost impossible to capture in a photo :-)

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  12. Well, amoebas are one of the oldest life forms ... ;> (I can't help it - I never get the chance to tease!)

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