6 word Saturday

 

Klervie's playmat

 

Klervie’s playmat is finished.  Now what?

 I have at last used the fabulous New Zealand fabric Celie sent me, to protect the leather of our armchairs:

chairback

I don’t usually like gladioli, but some have appeared beside the patio that are splendiferous, if in rather a strange place!

gladioli

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15 Responses to 6 word Saturday

  1. Tonya Jastad says:

    Beautiful work Viv! That glad is gorgeous!

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  2. Linda H. says:

    Beautiful work…and beautiful flowers!

    Happy Saturday!

    Linda @ Truthful Tidbits

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  3. I love the colours in the playmat. You are so clever to be able to make these things. 🙂

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  4. restlessjo says:

    They’ve been forecasting storms for days, Viv, and they’ve finally arrived in the north east! Well- torrential rain anyway. Hope you’re doing better!
    The armchair cover’s a great idea 🙂

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  5. Judy says:

    Love the work! Great job!

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  6. McGuffy Ann says:

    Viv, this is beautiful!

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  7. Jim says:

    🙂 I like your quilt, Viv. It is sooo pretty. I’m envious too of your trip to Florence. We’ve been there once but did live all around it a few years back. For a whole week we stayed in a flat converted from an old grainery at Bettolle, Italy. It is 95 KM to the south, between Siena and Cortona (setting for the book, “Under the Tuscan Sun.”
    Be sure to take plenty of French patisserie. The pasta is delicious but not so hot on the pastries.
    ..

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  8. Ron. says:

    I’m glad I don’t have to keep up with you, V.

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