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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Colourful Friday ~ Lilac

Friday once more!
Lilac?
Actually it's supposed to be Lavender
I have no idea WHY I thought lilac but the photos still work...good thing I had a photo of lavender products (bottom right).

A colour I thought I didn't have much of until I opened my eyes. The jacaranda tree has left a carpet of lilac on the ground now. I almost missed this Spring quilt haning in my lounge ... my first swap quilt received in the Four Seasons Quilt Swap. And of course I must have hexies in nearly every colour. Taking centre place is 'Blue Moon' and top right is a sewing mat I made for a gift.

I'm looking forward to all the lovely lilac to found in blogland today. :o)
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9 comments:

Annette said...

Your 'Blue Moon' rose is just sooo beautiful! I Love the jacaranda trees too ;-)
Have a great weekend
Cheers
Annette

NessaKnits said...

Love the rose. My Mum and Dad had one like that in the front garden ... wonder if it is still there ...

Karen said...

Hi Narelle.
Lots of lovely lavender!
I keep seeing everyone posting pictures of beautiful jacaranda trees and it mkes me want to have one again! the flowers are lovely, especially the blue moon.
Love the hexies and the quilt!

Bev C said...

Hello Narelle,

You did well to find so much lavender. Love the Blue Moon rose. I haven't got one of those. They are very fragrant aren't they. You also have my favourite tree there too. Love the hexies.Have a fantastic weekend.
Bev.xoxo

Brigitte said...

What a nice colour to brighten my day. I love your lavender. Great pics.
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Sue B said...

The rose is divine.
Lovely pictures thank you for sharing them. xx

Carol said...

Beautiful collage. The rose is stunning.

Cathy said...

love the quilt
we have a 'blue moon' too ;-)

Qasar said...

I like this post great work indeed well don keep posting.
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no/tion - noun 1. a general understanding; vague or imperfect conception or idea of something 2. an opinion, view, or belief 3. a fanciful or foolish idea; whim 4. knickknacks; small articles, as buttons, thread, ribbon