Quilting, Farming, Variety

Monday, December 5, 2011

Bright Colors for a Drab Day



This is another doll quilt; bright colors to brighten this drab day.

We've had lots and lots and lots of rain since Sat. afternoon. Now I don't mean to sound like some folks in days of old, but do you ever wonder why it is things can't be evened out? It hasn't been long ago that I was posting about the drought -- well, it's broken!! Poor cattle!

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful little quilt and beautiful work...love your small doll-sized quilts. I am also loving the rain!!

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  2. The quilt is really beautiful! Your work is awesome.

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  3. This beautiful quilt reminds me of the Amish quilts I've seen. You do such lovely work Charlotte.
    We've gotten a lot of rain over the past few days too. I don't think the drought is broken, but the rains were just wonderful.

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  4. Your little quilt is so pretty..lots of color. We're having much needed rain here too..and cold weather at last!

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  5. What a pretty little quilt. We're having just a little rain now. I'm kinda looking forward to a white Christmas.

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  6. I wanted to say the cat in your previous post is doing exactly what Midnight does. And it works!

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  7. Hope your rain eases up a little soon. That is a gorgeous quilt - looks like it's 3-D!

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  8. It has rained surrounding my cottage for 3 days. Seems like I live surrounded by a pond...

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  9. You have an awesome eye for colors. Beautiful. :)

    We've been getting some major rain here lately too. I'm so thankful that it's warm to be rain... if it had been cold we'd have snow up to our belly-buttons. lol

    ~dance o' joy~ Blogger is finally going to let me post my comment to you. :)

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  10. Beautiful quilt, the colors are quite vibrant - I can see why you chose them.

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  11. So bright and pretty-would be beautiful as a wall hanging too : )

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  12. This is takes-my-breath-away beautiful, Charlotte!

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