My quilting thoughts and inspirations sprinkled with a glimpse of life down on the farm

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Poetry in the Garden

Sunday's flower was meek and mild
Monday's flower was really wild
Tuesday's flower was pretty and sweet
AND Wednesday's flower, a juicy treat
With apologies to all the real poets out there!
This brings my tally to 36

I picked up these from my favourite quilt shop yesterday - look at the gorgeous quickunpic from Lynette Anderson designs - almost too nice to use (!!) and the next button in Lynette's BOM ("My Garden") - so cute.
Happy stitching everyone!!
PS - do any of today's visitors live in Copenhagen? My mother is there just now on an Embroiderer's tour - yesterday they visited the Greve Museum, and today they are making their way to Frorup, stopping at Neastved and 'Bjergholm' (a farm?) and crossing  the Store Belt Bridge.

19 comments:

Karen said...

I love your poetry! Such a wonderful post. :)

Leeanne said...

A sewer,a stitcher, farmer and friend and now a poet with no end!
You are full of surprises...very cute flowers, the fabric and real ones.
Oh neato button and unpick.

Melody said...

I love your poetry especially when accompanied by such gorgeous hexagons

Marion B. said...

Oh, aren't your flowers (and pictures) pretty. Love the poetry too :-)

Theresa said...

Lovely hexies and poetry. I got one of those unpickers from Lynette a few weeks ago, they're gorgeous. Love the next button for the BOM, I'm only just starting to tackle the cute little snail!

GRANNY'S HOUSE said...

Your garden is blooming, they are great.

Greetings
Ines

aubirdwoman said...

and you are a poet as well as a patchworker. :) Lovely flowers.

Tineke said...

These poems are Pulitzer-worthy . Great work, great pics.

Tell your mother to hop to France if she can. Tomorrow starts the patchwork europe. She will love it!!!
http://www.patchwork-europe.com/?lang=en

Lee Prairie Designs said...

I love how you displayed your flowers with flowers! Very clever. Thanks for sharing. Carolyn
P.S. The little birdie button is adorable!

katrien said...

Lovely flowers.

Marieke said...

Great poem for great flowers! Nope, I don't live in Copenhagen, but I hope your mother has a great time!

Maria said...

You picked perfect Photo shoots for your lovely hexies.
Love the unpic and button too.

Mascha said...

Beautiful flowers.

Birdie said...

I like all your flowers very much.

Gerda Hartman said...

Love your flowers. Very nice colors.

martine said...

All your flowers are so nice, the fabric and the real ones.

Kate said...

Hi Raewyn,,,Oh My !!!..Lovely flowers both the real and fabric kind..and the poetry was fantastic...You are one talented lady...Kate x

merumo said...

Very cute blooms!

Valentina said...

LOVELY! and the rhyme was sublime!
LOL