Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Soy Amado No.36

OK, so I'm holding this one upside down but of course I didn't realise that at the time and the track to drive down to this point is narrow and the spacial sensors on the car were beeping left, right and centre and the hedgerows mask granite walls and I've just paid more money that I would like, to get the granite rash on both of my wing mirrors fixed because I have an unerring knack of kissing granite walls with said wing mirrors and I was dreading meeting another car coming the other way because reversing and me are not a happy marriage so if you think I'm going back and retaking the picture with the quilt the right way up I'm not.

OK.



I just wanted you to have more than a quilt with washing line picture because it was just a breathtakingly beautiful day.



I don't really know what I was doing with this quilt. I just felt all the blocks played nicely together.



Perhaps sub-consciously I thought the London Underground block wanted to be next to the Union Jackesque block.



Anyway, this is No. 36.



21 comments:

  1. another wonderful quilt! and I Iove seeing the breathe taking scenery of somewhere I have never been ! Linda NZ

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  2. Fantastic picture, your an absolute hero.
    Gillx

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  3. Stunning (scenery and quilt)!

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  4. Love the tube block, and the setting is gorgeous. Great quilt.

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  5. I love the fact that you risk gravel rash to get this photographic opportunity. You are so generous with your time and efforts and produce lovely quilts. I will be sending you some blocks soon...i keep on gooing and gaahing over your lovely productions and feel inclined to join in (despite the fact that currently we are doing the same for a few families here with my quilt group) Anyway nobody would have even thought that the quilt was upside down until you mentioned it. It is and interesting quilt..well done you and all who sent in blocks
    Cheers Monique x

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  6. From now on I will take photo’s of my quilts upside down, as it looks equally gorgeous! I love the scenery photo’s so much!
    I don’t think I’ve ever read a longer sentence than the first one in this post ;-)

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  7. Another brilliant one for the kids. Everything looks so amazing in sunshine, doesn't it?

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  8. yes, reversing up those lanes doesn't sound like much fun :-/

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  9. Prachtig en wat een fraai uitzicht! Je woont op een schitterende plek

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  10. I am not good at backing up! Another beautiful quilt in a beautiful setting.

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  11. You know that in addition to do amazing work for these children, you are also doing a great job for travel and tourism for your little island! I want to visit and see where all these lovely quilts have been!

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  12. Stunning! Fabulous quilt and the setting is awesome. I'm with you on not enjoying backing a car. I don't do it! Those blocks go so well together, amazing how you manage to pick out the right ones to complement each other. A real talent.

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  13. you are hilarious, the quilt is awesome, and the scenery - from my bed, anyway - is worth it!!

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  14. I enjoy seeing your island as much as I do the lovely quilts. I also get a chuckle out of your narrative. W
    You have a wonderful blog.

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  15. Another gorgeous quilt in a stunning location! After reading Kathy's comment I think you need to produce a tourist map with numbers on to show where each quilt photo was taken - we could do a treasure hunt round the island ;o)

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  16. Beautiful quilt in a great landscape!
    Well done you!

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  17. I want to send three blocks to you, but I cannot find a mailing address anywhere! HELP!
    jomellenthin@vassar.edu

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  18. that first pic... i think you should have just posted the picture upside down, and see if anyone noticed that the sky was at the bottom.....

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  19. Just beautiful. Both the view and the quilt. I love the hour glass block in the second row especially.

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