Thursday, February 3, 2011

Wordless Friday...garden gnome and flamingos
























 In stitches,
Teresa  :o)

14 comments:

  1. This just makes me think so much of summer and some of the front lawn decos love it

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  2. urgh! I am so confused!! I am struggling right now with an applique project.... It looks like your pattern piece (fusible) is on the RIGHT side of the fabric? then you are using fabric glue? I am such a novice, your work is beautiful and I wish I could figure our how you are doing this (and staying sane!) Is there a tutorial you could direct me to?? Do you have one?
    Help! I just LOVE your blog!!
    diana in Illinois

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  3. I love gnoms!!! so fun! the pink flamingos are great - oh this quilt - everytime I see it I fall in love.

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  4. OMGosh they are WONDERFUL!! It's amazing to see how tiny the pieces are!! You do such beautiful work :0)

    Crispy

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  5. Well! How cute it this.....Love watching your creative juices flow.

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  6. OMG I love it. You are making it so much your
    quilt. Yours is such an inspiration I've got to
    get the pattern.
    Here in Southeast Texas we are having an ICY Road Day off from work. BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR. Guess I will get some stitching in.
    Enjoy your blog/tutorial.
    Janet

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  7. LOL...great touches to this quilt. what is next?!

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  8. You sure know hownto make a quilt pattern your own! Love it!

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  9. I love garden art that gives insight to the garden's curator. Pink flamingos especially! We have a retention pond at work and someone put some in there. Pretty funny if you ask me.

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  10. the world's best selection of pink plastic garden and lawn flamingos. All our plastic flamingos are available by the pair for garden decorations or in bulk flocks for flamingo flocking fundraisers.

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  11. plastic flamingos are great for either lawn decorations or flamingo flocking fundraisers. Put
    a few of these pink garden flamingos out and your yard will take on a whole new look! These flamingos were
    inspired by the great cultural icon: Don Featherstone's classic pink plastic flamingo. Since then the pink
    plastic flamingo has turned into an icon of kitsch and Americana. When you buy a flamingo you are buying a
    piece of history!

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