April 26, 2012

Fly A Kite

Have you seen this fabric yet? It is called Fly A Kite by Riley Blake and I think it is beyond adorable! I made some cute bunting banners and a pillow for my shop with it. Couldn't resist adding the ric-rac.

Shann over at Daisies Are My Favorite Flower made the cutest tumbler quilt with it. You should go over and take a peek. I really want to make one!

I was getting so used to the warm weather we were having, and now it is gray and rainy and cold. And I am on round 2 of some kind of flu yuckiness. ICK! I am waiting for it to warm up so I can plant some zinnias and get impatiens for my porch planters. I usually do this on Mother's Day weekend. Have you planted anything yet?

I am looking forward to having my son and his sweet girlfriend over for dinner this weekend. Curry and naan are on the menu, and some kind of delicious dessert is in the works. It really is an excuse for Becky and I to have go all out with the table and decorations! I think a stop at Trader Joe's is on tap for some of their gorgeous and oh so affordable flowers.

Hope you all have something fun planned for this weekend!

17 comments:

  1. I just love Shann's baby quilt! :0)
    Fly a Kite is a favorite of mine. I have two charm packs waiting to be created with.
    I am so sorry you are not feeling well. I hope you are able to get the rest you need and are feeling 100% real soon.
    Your dinner sounds like so much fun. :0) I miss Trader Joes. When I go home I make a jaunt over there. Oh my ... curry. We have a favorite honey curry chicken recipe I just made on Monday. Yum!
    My little garden consists of sweet basil, tomatoes, yellow squash, and bell pepper. :0)
    Have a nice evening. xo

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  2. That pillow is absolutely adorable! And the ric-rac is just over the top! I love it :)

    We always save our planting for Mother's Day too. It's a fun little tradition we have begun and I always look forward to it.

    Your weekend dinner sounds delightful! Do take pictures!

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  3. I am a big Riley Blake AND Trader Joes fan. That material is too cute! Have fun planting your flowers. Zinnias make the best cut flowers!
    P.S. Two of my tomato plants died already Grrrrr! I have to go buy more this weekend!

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  4. the addition of the ric rac is perfect!!!

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  5. So so cute, this was a scrapbook paper first...have lots of it!

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  6. That is so cute!! I love the tumbler quilt, too. Enjoy your dinner--I LOVE curry! Pioneer Woman Cooks has a great Chicken Tikka Masala recipe on her site that is oh my gosh so delicious.

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  7. Hi Debbie! How fun that we were both working with the same fabric at the same time! :)
    Your things are just beautiful! I love the rick rack with your projects. Rick rack is so fun, isn't it? :)
    I hope you are feeling better and you have a wonderful dinner with your kiddos this weekend.
    I wish we had a Trader Joe's. It sounds lovely.
    Hugs,
    Shann

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  8. Super cute! Until I work through some of this stash I can't buy anything else :( maybe some will still be around in the fall and on sale. We have most of our garden planted but no flowers yet, the weather has been so crazy!

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  9. Yes, I have seen that fabric now and I think it's so adorable!

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  10. Beautiful patchwork, Debbie, and such lovely fabrics! Sorry you've been feeling poorly, I hope you are better now. Wishing you a wonderful weekend, and a delicious family meal!
    Helen x

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  11. I agree that fabric is gorgeous!

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  12. Sorry to hear that you have been feeling poorly. The fabric is gorgeous and so cheery. I hope you have a lovely weekend xx

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  13. Absolutely adorable! The ric rac is a great touch. Hope you get to feeling better and enjoy your weekend with your dinner guests. :)

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  14. The fabric is so sweet! I am headed home for a couple of days - but the nights have been so cold that I dare not plant my impatiens yet! I'll have to wait for next weekend.

    xo
    Claudia

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  15. I'm a bit late reading this, hope you are feelingbetter now. The kite fabric is just darling. I hadn't seen it before, I love what you did with it!

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  16. Oh, sew cute. both the fabric and the pillow. I will be on the lookout for that cute fabric. Sure hope you are over that yucky stuff for good by now. It sure doesn't stop you from being creative. We are being teased by the weather too.

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  17. Lovely, bright and cheery colours - serious cute

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