Friday, May 25, 2007

Red, Yellow, Turquoise

I got these glasses at Value Village yesterday, still a deal at a buck each. I went looking for turquoise fabric. Do you realize how rare that colour is now a days? I did find the yellow curtain though. All washed up and fresh now. I think it would make a nice heavy weight apron. Oh, the pot holders I got there last month. Aren't they great? I wouldn't mind finding the crochet pattern, if anyone could help me out on that one.

They look right at home here. Hmm, I'm not liking that white wall.


OK, so these are the colours I'm into right now. The solid turquoise is quite a large piece of nice, heavy, cotton, but it's too bright for me. I tried bleaching it but I'm wondering if there's a better way? The patterned turquoise is new fabric, as is the polka dot. The plaid, is a men's shirt, (thrifted). Maybe I'll throw a little pink in the mix. It sure works above! By the way, the label above comes from a Dover, Old-Time Label Art book. ( Permission-Free designs )


One last shot... This is a store window in Steveston. I love this colour combo. Steveston has great, windy, open space for kite flying, something I do almost every weekend with my sweetheart. I'll show you sometime.

Have a great weekend everyone!




5 comments:

Karen in Wichita said...

Huh. Aside from a J. B. Dickey that served as Newton's mayor, I can't find anything anything on the intarwebz about that label (other than it exists in both Birch and Root flavors). It's hard to find birch beer in these parts anymore, but Newton (strongly Mennonite) would have been a likely place. I can only find it these days in Yoder (even more strongly Mennonite) and even then it's "imported" from Pennsylvania.

Beata said...

What a great collection of photos Becky! That's a great color combination...Hmmm, makes me want to go and run out to Value Village,....again...

carolyn said...

Nice colors...a bit of a change from the red & aqua.

carolyn said...

yeah... like tohose pot holders too...if you do come up with a pattern let me know.

Sônia Maria said...

Hi, friend!

Many friends had asked for to request to the Elaine a video to me of the green scarf, had to the beginning of 2ª part. I asked for and it very delicately made.
The videos are in ours blogs.
http://falandodecrochet.blogspot.com/2007/09/cachecol-de-crochet-ponto-snia-maria.html
Sees and in it says them what it found.
Kisses and hugs of the friend,

Sônia Maria