Wednesday, June 27, 2007

It has been a lovley day

To day I'm going to show you the mother-quilt of my leftovers.As some of you maybe can see it it is made of Art to Hart fabrics.I just love the angel's and stars.And in this quilt I put them together. It was when I made the stars I got the leftovers.
And here it is: the little one. I have not finish it yet, but I think you want to have a little look.I think I'm gonna have some stitching and some buttons on it. I will try to work on it before and after work. I'm going to work tomorrow. And I exspect May Britt to come and drink a cup coffe with me. :-)
I don't only make little quilts. This are one I have in my living-room. It is made of Thimbleberry fabrics and are made on my sewing machine. But I have hand quiltet it.I'm a bit proud of it. I think it are more of a proper quilt, not the one I'm playing with.:-)
Yesterday I sat in my backyard and suddenly I understand I live in a "hopefull" world. In Norway we have a saying :Håpet er lysegrønnt. It meens somting like this: the hope are light green. And every thing in my garden was verry green. I just love to live where the year looks diffrent in summer.winter,spring and fall.I hope I can show you pieces from my world. And love to see how your year are in your corner of our world.

At last I will show you a photo of Trysil by night. I took it in the middle of the night.The clock are just before 24.oo I 'm standing on the bridge from the pickture with snow. I¨m walking home from a lovley meeting with one of my quilting grups. We had a lovley evening.Here in Norway the nights are not dark and the sun get up almost before I go to sleep.

Now I think I'm going to say godby fore to day.....And remember don't sleep away the summernights.....when ever you got them. :-)

11 comments:

Nemo said...

Kommer ikke rosebusken seg i år? Eller er det litt tidlig for den?

Guðrún said...

I don´t sleep away the summernights, it is a problem how late I get to bed. Your garden looks lovely so green :)

May Britt said...

Keep the cofee warm. I'll pop in after my visit to the hospital. Your little miniquilt is beautiful. Can't wait to see it finished.
It's a bit stupid to write to you in english, but then the other visitors can read what I comment :)

Nana's Quilts said...

You work is very nice and how lucky to have such a friend as May Britt. It would be very scary to live close to such skillful quilters [I would worry that I was not good enough] - but I send my very good wishes from Seattle, Washington (state) in the US. I have been blogging for about 3 months and it is quite fun. People are very nice and sometimes they even win prizes. (Ask MB)
Marne

atet said...

Ohhh -- a place where the nights never completely go dark in the summer, lovely. Although, I have a hard time convincing my 2 year old daughter she needs to go to sleep here where it is dark at 21:00.

corry said...

Your quilts are beautifull!! And so is your garden.
Our garden looks very green too only sadly because of to much rain.

Elaine Adair said...

Such a pretty green yard, and view from your deck. Lovely.

Leslie said...

Welcome to the wonderful world of blogging. I love the quilt made with Thimbleberry fabric. And your backyard is beautiful. It is nice of you to share what Norway is like for those of us who live in other parts of this beautful planet. I live in South Carolina, USA and we, too, are blessed to live where the seasons are so different.

Pieces From Me said...

Oh your quilts are wonderful. I love the thimbleberries! You should be very proud. Your part of the world is beautiful, and I agree...hope is light green. Your blog is becoming one of my favorites...keep it going! Bren

Julia said...

WOW!!! What a beautiful place where you live. Your yard is gorgeous. I love the photo of you town. I am also new to the blogging world. Welcome, how fun to make friends so far away. I live in southeastern Idaho, USA and we also have 4 beautiful seasons of the year. I would hate to live somewhere that each season was the same.

bibbi said...

Hei Laila. Kjempemorro at du har startet egen blogg. Blir spennende å følge med framover. Du gjør så masse fint....