Thursday, April 24, 2014

surfs up!


I am deep into the process so I haven't been writing lately.

If I am ever missing in blogland like this again, feel free to look at a label on the side for topics, or blasts from the past to enjoy. There are some funny bits back there!

Can you tell the state now?
Does that look like a surfboard?
I'm going to try and make it look like it's embedded in the sand.
Isn't the pic to the left gorgeous? I found it on google images (visualphotos) and fell in love! It's sheet music from 1925, a glorious period for art in my opinion. So until I am farther along in my challenge quilt, I might not be around much. Please enjoy topics from my almost year in blogging. Keep making stuff!
LeeAnna
There are several other posts on this quilt and it's components so please, keep scrolling down for the lowdown!

9 comments:

  1. Is that going to be a coconut palm? Just me, crowding more things in :) Pat

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  2. Hi LeeAnna!
    I can already hear the sound of the surf!
    Looking forward to seeing the completed work of art!
    There's lots of cool stuff to read on your blog!
    Take care,
    Joanne

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  3. Love it! Keep sewing! I can always look at Poodle Porn until you return!
    Pugs and kisses,
    Nancy

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  4. Wish I was there laying in the sun. Makes me think of Elvis and the movies from the '50s!

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  5. Your work always lifts my spirits - quirky, bright and cheerful - but then you are not afraid of color ;-)

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  6. Love tropical. Could be an entry for Florida in Fabric next year.

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  7. I love the tropical look and the colors. Even the pineapple block is perfect for your quilt. Thanks for linking up at my Weekend Link Party.

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  8. this is too cute! I love the colors and the textures created with the different fabrics!

    Thanks for linking up with Needle and Thread Thursday!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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