Saturday, 7 July 2012

I think I've got it!!


This is a portrait of my son, the one who has been working on the Hobbit and sending me such glorious photos - well, we had a day out in the Wairarapa and this is Lake Ferry - not that you can see the lake.  The wind was wickedly cold and strong, you can see where the ocean had surged over the shingle bank.  I was not game enough to go up there in case I couldn't run back fast enough.

The point is I have been playing on the computer trying to find a way to publish my blog with photos, and I think I have found the way to downsize them..........  I'll try one with a quilt.


Not exactly a quilt, but a bag - made under tuition I might add, another friend and I were volunteer guinea pigs for Jan who is teaching the class for Pinestream Quilters.

We had a lot of fun, she is such a good teacher - and what else could I do with that amazing fabric?

All the shades of green and pink were on the one piece.

Jenny put up a much better photo when she showed all the lovely quilts at the recent Pinestream meeting.

I had some fun with the Hit'n'Miss top; really enjoyed finding plaids to go with the pinky four patch and the tee dyed calico



Umm, well; I have just clicked on it and the quality is pretty awful.  Maybe I have been too harsh on the resizing- more experimenting is in order.

In the meantime I have a quilt waiting..........
Thanks for stopping by - as Buddha says "Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else you are the one who gets burned,"
June

4 comments:

Nancy J said...

June, I had to click on "Home" to get to your blog, and when I opened it, there is this gorgeous bag. Yes,I too would have stayed well out of the water's edge.Hope the photos will be OK from now on. Cheers from Jean

Profile said...

photos look fine & good on my pc....yeah!

Jan said...

June so pleased to see you are on the track again with your blog---Thanks for the glowing report on the bag tutoring--

Lisa said...

Ohhhhhh I love those plaids, they are very lovely. Great job.