Tuesday, 7 June 2016

Gwennie Inspired Part 2, 365/366 Circle Project 2016

My friend Ethel who doesn't have a blog shared her Sea Basket with me and I offered to share it with you.  She took some lovely wool fabric to make a basket filled with some fish, a sand dollar and a cheeky mermaid peeking out behind her bangs with a starfish.
 I'm also happy to share my May Circle 365/366 Quilt Project plus one.  Now to catch up the rest of June.
 This one honours my dad who passed away in May 1988.  He was an avid golfer.
 I always love lemon in my tea on Summer days that will soon be upon us.
 Starfish spotted along the Oregon coast remind me of my Mom's May birthday.
 Love this print on the left, I've used it as fish scales for a Victorian Painted Lady House and also for feathers for a bird along with another print below.  Mushrooms one of my favourite veggies.
 Wildflowers in the distance and lime Margaritas!
 Fish scale fabric used for a fish block swap along side a multi colour stripe I used for a bird's tail.
 Remember using the big dabber markers when playing Bingo?  Lots of threads from hand and machine sewing quilt blocks.
 Ice cream on hot Summer's days, driving to Spanish Banks in Vancouver and Peter's Ice Cream, black licorice was my favourite.  Can't find it any longer.  Lemon Drop Martini's!
 Grandma and Grandpa's house.
Linking up with Lori's Humble Quilts Gwennie Inspired Medallion QAL and Quilty Folks' Quilty 365

10 comments:

Cynthia@wabi-sabi-quilts said...

Ethel's basket is so original and whimsical. Your circles are so personalized! I've got about 6 days catching up to do!

Cathy said...

Sandi I'm so glad you joined our adventure. Love your block. Hugs

Rebecca in AK said...

Ethel's basket is so fun and such an original idea! Love your circles!

Lori said...

What a fun seashore themed basket!!

WoolenSails said...

Your friends block is really cute and creative.
Love how you have stories behind the circles you are using, will be a special quilt.

Debbie

Susan said...

Love your circles! They have so much meaning. Ethel's basket made me smile. I love the creativity she put into it.

Marle said...

Your fiends sea basket is very nice and your circles are so cute with stories!

Glenda said...

Wonderful little circles and great fabric used in those wee 4 1/2inch blocks this is going to be a fabulous quilt. Cheers Glenda

Angie in SoCal said...

I like your friend's basket - unique and colorful. It will be fun to see how she continues the sea theme. Your blocks are so interesting - each circle has a story. What a memory quilt.

Danice said...

Ethel's block is adorable, and I love your memory of your dad block.