a quiltlady

a quiltlady

Saturday, 2 May 2015

Good start of May month.

My favorite Spring flower no,1 is called "BLÅVEIS".
Very uncertain if it`s name excists in English. 

Below is a small stitchery I made back in 2002, It is on the wall in
the sparebedroom / read the most messy room in our house;
waiting to be sooo tidy after I pull myself together ... one of these days. 

These are wild flowers, they all smell differently saying
" it`s springtime" 
Small ones, all growing on the ground and popping up when
 the sun starts to warm up the air.
We are not allowed to pick the blue ones anymore.
My ceramic pictures come out every Spring,
hanging on the wall for a fairly short time :-)
Just 7 days to go before Kaffe Fassett is opening his exhibition
 "50 years in Colours". I love lots of Kaffe`s designs/fabrics as well as
from the designer Brandon Mably, also travelling with KF.
We are about 30 quilters from one of my quilt guilds to be enjoing
this on coming Saturday. Takes about a good hour`s drive into a
beautiful country side of Norway! It will be such a thrill!
Grethe xx


Chookyblue...... said...

beautiful flowers.......

Jenny said...

we will be waiting for some photos from your visit with Kaffe.

Anonymous said...

Hi Grethe ,lovely flowers and a cute wall hanging xx

sunny said...

The blue flowers are gorgeous! Our love of wild flowers is something we have in common.

Yvonne W said...

Those flowers are so pretty. Enjoy the Kaffee Fassett exhibition. I would love to see the photos of have of it.

Fiona said...

oh wow, those little flowers are just gorgeous... what a lovely wallhanging ...

Radka said...

Yous Blaveis (Blåsippa) is a type of Anemone, but this one is special to Scandinavia, I think. Very pretty :-)
The Faffe Fassett show is going to be something special, enjoy!

Ulla said...

Your Blåveis is Anemone hepatica or Liverwort, and the yellow one is coltsfoot. For me too they are true signs of spring.

Anthea said...

HI Grethe, I'm sure the Kaffe display will be so interesting & inspiring, enjoy!

Annemariesquilt said...

Koselig bilde…
Jeg pleide å selge de bildene på Husfliden..
Flott gjensyn !